Rockstar Has More GTA 5 Online Content Planned

It seems like GTA Online is only getting started.


While publisher Rockstar Games is busy ironing out issues affecting Red Dead Redemption 2 on PC, the company has confirmed that it's not done with its other flagship title, 2013's Grand Theft Auto V. GTA Online will continue to receive more content, according to developer Rockstar North.

Rockstar North's co-studio head, Rob Nelson, told PCGamer that more GTA Online content is on the way. "Players should feel confident that we have a ton of brand new ideas still to come," Nelson said. "It's been six years and we just hit record player numbers and we are all incredibly grateful to everyone who’s been with us along the way."

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Nelson didn't detail any specific plans for GTA Online's next DLC. However, he said that flexibility keeps the team vigilant and on their toes. "We try to keep plans going roughly a year out, but we want to have the flexibility to be responsive to any changes."

Back in October, Rockstar released a new batch of content for GTA Online. The update included new cars and game modes, among other things. Additionally, the update also allowed players of both GTA Online and Red Dead 2 Online to earn Halloween-themed masks.

Rockstar North recently started hiring for a brand-new project. According to a job listing, the studio is looking for a programmer to assist in building a next-gen open-world character-driven game.

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