'GTA 5 DLC' rumors: New clubhouse and interiors to arrive in 'Bikers 2' DLC next month?
There are rumors going around that the "Bikers" expansion released last month for the "Grand Theft Auto 5" will be followed up with the so-called "Bikers 2" downloadable content (DLC) for December.
Fun De Panda, also known as Funmw2, found game files pertaining to six clubhouse interiors that he believes either comes from the purported "Bikers 2" DLC or just content cut from the original expansion.
There is also an interior referred to in the data mined game files as the Vagos Clubhouse. Whether it will turn up in "GTA 5" as part of the "Bikers 2" DLC or not remains to be seen.
Fun De Panda speculates that it could end up being the content separated from the motorcycle-themed expansion from last month, although it is still expected that developer Rockstar Games has something in store for "GTA 5" players next month.
It was the same tipster who suggested that there are four freemode events set to be released next month in the game, as evidenced on the game files he found before "Bikers" came out.
The files in question did not turn up in the said DLC as Fun De Panda first assumed, and now, he believes these freemode events are coming next month instead.
He claims that they might even be released alongside the "Import Export" DLC that Rockstar hinted when they first announced the "Bikers" DLC.
"Keep an eye out for high-level, high-risk vehicle-based business ventures to spring up across Los Santos and Blaine County soon," Rockstar wrote on its blog.
This is rumored to be the "Import Export" DLC and "soon" might mean next year. However, with Rockstar silent about their upcoming expansion plans, there is no way of knowing for now.
From the looks of it, there will be a shower of content next month, including some Christmas-themed items and additions. It is only a matter of time before Rockstar makes them all official so fans should keep their eyes peeled.
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