Are you bracing yourself for the impending GTA V DLC expansion that Rockstar is surely going to unleash soon? It has been over seven months since the game launched, but we are yet to see the first paid DLC content for the game.
To their credit, Rockstar has instead been keeping gamers occupied with a series of smaller DLC packs, all of which are free to download. GTA V Heists may be top of the agenda right now for most fans, but we have a feeling that this first DLC expansion is going to be well worth the wait – after all Rockstar has been working on it for over half a year.
Earlier this month, we gave you some insight as to what the DLC could entail. GTA V publishers Take-Two recently trademarked something known as ‘Hangar 13′ and we immediately took the opportunity to speculate on whether this could be related to some GTA V involving aliens.
It’s no secret that there is unfinished business with extra terrestrial activity in Los Santos, with most of you hungry for more after exploring and seemingly finishing the Mount Chiliad mystery side quest in GTA V.
However, we also saw feedback from many of you who would instead prefer to see a GTA V zombies DLC expansion instead – despite the fact that Rockstar already offers this with Red Dead Redemption and considering that the zombie theme has been overdone to death by many developers in the industry.
Can you honestly say you would prefer to see a GTA V ‘Undead Nightmare’ DLC, as opposed to Rockstar trying out something fresh with a GTA V alien invasion? Don’t forget that Rockstar doesn’t need to look far for inspiration if they do decide to go down the aliens route.
Open world aliens has been tried and tested with Saints Row 4, so if you enjoyed playing that game you would probably love to see Rockstar have a go at providing aliens content as well.
We also need to tell you about one excellent suggestion left by a Product Reviews reader who would actually prefer Rockstar to include a combination of both aliens and zombies for the first GTA V DLC expansion. While this obviously sounds the most farfetched idea out of the three, there’s no doubt that it would serve as something quite amazing for fans who can’t get enough of the likes of Call of Duty Extinction and Black Ops Zombies modes.
How Rockstar could make it work: If you think about it, a rather brilliant and workable way for Rockstar to go down this route, ie combining aliens and zombies, could be by having aliens infect humans with a virus that turns us into zombies.
We’re sure there are plenty of other scenarios that could work too, which we will leave for you to tell us in the comment section below as we’re sure you have plenty to say on this.
As we countdown towards the first DLC, give us your thoughts on how you think Rockstar will play it. Would you support the idea of combining aliens and zombies into a single DLC expansion, or would you prefer to see one or the other?
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