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GTA V Trevor Actor Says He Shot Scenes For DLC Before It Was Scrapped


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We beforehand discovered that Grand Theft Auto V, Rockstar’s neverending success story that has outsold total franchises by itself, as soon as had a number of items of single-player DLC within the works. Based on earlier reviews, the studio scrapped deliberate story mode add-ons in favor of specializing in the money-printing Grand Theft Auto On-line. However from the sound of it, an growth primarily based on Trevor, the extra eccentric character in GTAV’s playable trio, was additional alongside than we would have realized.

Throughout a latest Grand Theft Auto V reunion Q&A stream, Steven Ogg, who supplied each voice and movement seize for Trevor within the unique 2013 recreation, gave some particulars concerning the canceled Agent Trevor DLC that by no means got here to be. It seems he additionally did a little bit of movement seize capturing for the add-on earlier than it was scrapped, and was in a position to present some particulars on what the DLC would have been (thanks, The Loadout). Because the title suggests, it could have adopted Trevor, as he pivoted from road legal to undercover agent.

“Trevor was gonna be undercover; he works for the feds,” Ogg stated. “And we did shoot a few of that stuff with ‘James Bond Trevor.’ He’s nonetheless sort of a fuck up, however he’s doing his greatest to faux […] We shot some stuff, after which it simply disappeared and by no means did it [sic], and so they by no means adopted up on it.”

Ned Luke, who did the voice and movement seize for Michael, one of many different playable characters in GTA V, stated the plan was to have story DLC for all three of the sport’s protagonists, however says On-line’s success prompted Rockstar to pivot its plans. You possibly can catch the entire stream archived on Luke’s YouTube channel under:

Ned Luke

Whereas Grand Theft Auto V DLC could also be within the rearview mirror, Rockstar is gearing up for Grand Theft Auto VI, which is about to launch in 2025. Nonetheless, Prime Time News24 reported in March that growth has fallen not on time, and the sport could slip into 2026.

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