GTA V DLC official ending after A,B,C

Are you looking forward to the highly anticipated GTA V DLC release date? The developer may be busy trying to get GTA V Heists out to everyone, but after that attention will surely turn to the first major story expansion for the game.

If you have played through story mode, you’ll know that there are a lot of unanswered questions – especially if you picked the GTA V ending C without giving too much away.

For those that don’t know, Rockstar has already said that the DLC expansions for the game will be a continuation of the story mode, which makes things very interesting indeed if you chose the other ending options.

Obviously, we don’t know what Rockstars plans are to make everything ‘work’, but we imagine that the developer is carefully planning out all of the scenarios so that the first DLC will continue as normal and pick up from events after you made your decision on what ending you wanted.

We had two major expansions for GTA IV, so it is safe to assume that the same will follow with GTA V at the very least. Earlier this week we told you about the demand for Red Dead Redemption 2, but it is common sense to assume that Take-Two and Rockstar will want to squeeze every bit of life out of GTA V first before even thinking about moving on to RDR2.

Without spoiling it for others, what GTA V ending did you choose? Are you interested to see how this will follow on with GTA V DLC, or do you regret making your decision since you can’t overturn it without replaying the mission?

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Written by Alan Ng

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