Multiple Cancelled GTA 5 DLC Leaks, Including A Return To Liberty City

Multiple Cancelled GTA 5 DLC Leaks, Including A Return To Liberty City

Date: December 26, 2023

By Hanna Rose

Grand Theft Auto 5 source code leaks, revealing eight cancelled single-player DLCs.

Before getting canceled, Grand Theft Auto 5 originally had plans for eight single-player DLC expansions. Among these, one focused on Trevor’s story, while another would have transported players back to Liberty City.

This revelation stems from a recent leak of GTA 5’s source code, with fans delving into the exposed material. Their findings indicate that Rockstar initially intended to extend GTA 5’s content with DLC, contrary to the game being left without any official expansions.

As outlined by Insider Gaming, the purported list of DLC expansions includes:

  1. SP Assassination Pack
  2. SP Manhunt Pack
  3. SP Norman Pack
  4. Agent Trevor
  5. Relationship Pack
  6. Enterprise Pack
  7. Prologue DLC
  8. LibertyV DLC

Notably, expansions labeled with “pack” likely aimed to enhance game mechanics, possibly introducing additional social or business elements in the case of Relationship and Enterprise Packs. On the other hand, Prologue DLC, LibertyV DLC, and Agent Trevor sound like potential full-fledged narratives, capable of either continuing or providing further insight into the main storyline.

Although the cancellation of these expansions hasn’t been officially confirmed, the information originates from a Rockstar hack that occurred last year. The stolen GTA 5 source code had previously surfaced, but it now appears that the individual in possession of the data has chosen to make it public.

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In a recent development, one of the hackers involved in the breach, 18-year-old Arion Kurtaj, faced legal consequences. He was sentenced to stay in a “secure hospital” until deemed no longer a threat to the public. The decision followed reports of violent behavior during custody and his expressed intent to conduct further hacks. Kurtaj, found unfit to stand trial, will remain in the hospital indefinitely until cleared by medical professionals.

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