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'GTA 5' zombie and other DLC potentially leaked for PS4, Xbox One and more

'GTA 5'
'GTA 5'
Photo courtesy of Rockstar Games, used with permission

More DLC may have been leaked for the multiplatform video game, "Grand Theft Auto 5." According to a report from Gameranx on July 30, a player was able to dig further into the source files of the software product. He was able to find that the Rockstar North is planning to add multiple casinos, along with three mini-games, to the open-world action-adventure title.

Furthermore, the single-player campaign is apparently going to be updated with new missions. Players will potentially be able to play through a dozen new assassinations, two of which are called "Cable Car" and "Skydive." The other types of new contents include new missions based on the International Affairs Agency as well as Trevor, one of the three main characters in the story.

Finally, the development team is potentially planning some sort of zombie expansion for "GTA 5." Rockstar Games did sometime similar with the "Undead Nightmare," a DLC pack that was released several months after the launch of "Red Dead Redemption" on the PS3 and Xbox 360. The expansion of the open-world western game added a completely unique campaign in addition to including some new gameplay elements.

All of the aforesaid DLC packs could end up being exclusive, in some form, for the PS4. Sony Computer Entertainment presented the next-generation version of "GTA 5" at this year's Electronic Entertainment Expo. Before the showcase, the console manufacturer confirmed that all video game from the press conference has some kind of exclusivity attached. Based on the exclusive deal between Microsoft Studios and Rockstar Games for "GTA 4" on Xbox 360, the new DLC packs could be released first on the PS4 before arriving on the other versions.

Players will be able to transfer their "GTA Online" progress on the PS3 and Xbox One to the upcoming PC, PS4 and Xbox One iterations. The ports, which should be released later this fall, will feature improved visuals along with a livelier world. You can find a screen from the PS3 and Xbox One versions of the latest "Grand Theft Auto" video game near the top of this article (via the Twitter site of the Rockstar Games company).