GTA 5 Leak Reveals Eight Abandoned Single-Player DLCs

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In an intriguing turn of events, a recent leak of GTA 5’s source code has unveiled the existence of eight cancelled single-player DLCs. The leak, which also included fresh code from GTA 6 and abandoned Bully 2 project files, followed last year’s massive hack that exposed over 100 GB of content from Rockstar Games and GTA 6.

Curious gamers delved into the vast trove of uncovered data from GTA 5, which encompasses thousands of lines of code, conceptual maps, character designs, and more. An intriguing discovery was made regarding eight planned single-player DLCs for GTA 5 that never materialized.

Rockstar Games explained in 2017 why there were no DLC expansions for GTA 5. Their reasons included the immense success and profitability of GTA Online, a storyline deemed ‘very, very complete,’ and the resources required to produce next-gen versions released a year post-launch.

Key Takeaways:

  • A recent GTA 5 leak revealed eight single-player DLCs that were abandoned.
  • These DLCs might have allowed revisiting Liberty City, managing relationships, and running businesses.
  • The significance of the ‘SP Manhunt Pack’ remains unclear.

The following single-player DLCs that were uncovered in the recent leak are:

  • SP Assassination Pack
  • SP Manhunt Pack
  • SP Norman Pack
  • Agent Trevor
  • Relationship Pack
  • Enterprise Pack
  • Prologue DLC
  • LibertyV DLC

This list indicates that we could have revisited Liberty City, discovered prequel events, and even managed relationships in Los Santos. Plans also included a potential DLC allowing players to run large businesses outside of the existing ones and possibly saw Trevor take on the role of an ‘Agent.’

A mention of the ‘SP Manhunt Pack’ is worth noting, though its significance remains unclear. This could potentially hint at some form of collaboration with Rockstar’s gory 2003 game of the same name.


What was discovered in the recent GTA 5 leak?

Thousands of lines of code, conceptual maps, character designs, and more were uncovered.

Why were these single-player DLCs abandoned for GTA 5?

The reasons include GTA Online’s success, a complete storyline, and resources required to create next-gen versions.

What was the ‘SP Manhunt Pack’ hinting at in the list of DLCs?

Its significance remains unclear but might indicate a crossover with Rockstar’s gory 2003 game of the same name.


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