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"Grand Theft Auto V," which has taken the world by storm in the past couple of years, has had some information leak about the next large content drop for the game. The source for this information comes from a trusted Rockstar insider, Yan2295, who wrote that: "The next #GTAOnline update is themed around Night Clubs. It's going to be possible to buy and run night clubs around Los Santos. It's currently scheduled to come out in June."

Can we believe this leak?

Like all content leaks, it’s probably a good idea to take this information with a grain of salt, however, Yan2295 has been correct about Rockstar leaks in the past. However, this information is logically sound, considering Rockstar hasn’t discussed any plans of stopping support for GTAO.

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Moreover, why would they? "Grand Theft Auto V" has been a cash cow for Rockstar, and recently has passed 90 million units sold, so it is safe to assume that more content is on the way, but the question is when.

What is this update going to entail?

The content of this update, as discussed by Yan, is going to include something to do with nightclubs, which of course, I am happy to speculate about. Nightclubs will most likely function like other businesses in the game, and honestly, that’s going to be pretty cool. Imagine partying it up in your very own nightclub with all of your GTAO friends, possibly equipped with NSFW entertainment. Furthermore, this update will only add more longevity and complexion to the online world of GTA, something which peaks the interest of die-hard and casual players alike.

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When are we going to see the release of this update?

One thing that should be noted is the June release date which Yan has predicted could possibly coincide with what Rockstar is announcing at E3. While they are most likely going to focus their efforts on "Red Dead Redemption 2" and whatever else they have planned, there is a real possibility that GTA V could get a content drop announcement during Rockstars stage time. It would not be the first time that we would see a developer release something at E3 that was immediately playable, as Bungie did the same thing with the Destiny Alpha at E3 2014. So then, we could very well experience a content drop announcement from Rockstar at E3 next month, but until then, players will have to wait with incredible anticipation.

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Want to read more about Rockstar's happenings? There are plenty of articles covering the developers actions regarding the new title, "Red Dead Redemption 2."