"GTA 5" and "GTA Online" may be getting a new DLC pack in the near future. According to a report from World Tech Today on July 16, two new strip clubs were found in the source code of the fifth main "Grand Theft Auto" game. The files were apparently in the software product at launch, meaning that it wasn't added in the latest patch updates.
The only strip club in the video game currently is Vanilla Unicorn. Players are able to get topless lap dances from strippers. In the campaign mode, they risk getting kick from the club by touching the performers. The same restrictions were not placed in "GTA Online," however. In both modes, players can bring some of the strippers home.
Rockstar North is working on various DLC packs for "GTA 5." The development team is still trying to push out the multiplayer heists, a feature that has been delayed multiple times over the past few months. They are also planning to release an expansion for the single-player campaign sometime later this year. Although the DLC products have been free to download so far, Rockstar Games hinted in the past that some premium expansions are in production as well.
In related news, Gameranx discovered that a Rihanna lookalike can be found as a stripper in the video game. The publisher is already facing a major lawsuit filed by Lindsay Lohan, who accused the company of using her likeliness without consent. It appears that Rockstar Games could end up with more legal issues in the future.
Along with updating the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions with new contents, the development team is also working on "GTA 5" for the PS4, Xbox One and PC. The ports are slated for a fall release later this year in multiple regions, including North America. All DLC packs released so far should automatically be added with the games. You can find a screen from one of the expansion near the top of this article (courtesy of the official Rockstar Games Twitter page).