It looks like Grand Theft Auto 5 players will have to wait at least a little while longer before hearing anything official regarding future content for the game's story mode. It was hoped that Rockstar Games' parent-company Take-Two would shed some light on the topic during today's earnings call, but unfortunately we got the same line that's been fed to us over and over. That is, Rockstar has "big plans for substantial story-driven add-on content in 2014."
Take-Two and Rockstar will have "more to say about this in the coming months," the company teased today. On the plus side, it appears fans have taken it upon themselves to uncover some details and have succeeding in digging up some potential future content. Over on the GTA forums, a user discovered, hidden within the game executable, files that indicate assassination missions, new special abilities, additional phone apps, and a few more weapons.
In other news, Take-Two revealed that GTA 5 has sold-in more than 32.5 million units life-to-date, while reminding us that it was the best-selling video game of 2013.