Several players apparently found files hinting at new DLC single-player campaign missions for the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 video game, “GTA 5.” According to a report by Gameranx on Jan. 2, these discoveries are most likely not real.
The rumor suggested that multiple assassination missions will be added to the single-player campaign of “GTA 5.” However, one of the job descriptions may have given away the findings as a hoax. One mission allegedly involves setting up a Facebook account, which does not exist in the fictional world of the latest “Grand Theft Auto” video game. Instead, Rockstar North used a parody social networking website called “Life Invader.”
The Rockstar Games publishing company has not yet announced specific details regarding the planned DLC for the single-player campaign of “GTA 5.” The publisher appears to be more focused at adding new expansions to “Grand Theft Auto Online” as well as patching up the remaining exploits plaguing the multiplayer mode of the video game.
In the past, Rockstar Games released two major story expansions for “GTA 4.” The first of the DLC packs came out nearly a year after the launch for the fourth main installment of the “Grand Theft Auto” series.
With “GTA 5” being released on Sept. 17, 2013, fans may have to wait months before they could hear any official announcements regarding the DLC for the single-player campaign.
You can check out several “GTA 5” screens in the slideshow to the left of this article.