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Players have been exploring Los Santos for nearly two years, but Rockstar continues to add new content to keep the experience fresh.
Free packs of weapons, clothing and vehicles for GTA Online are the norm, but there’s a rumour going around that much more might be unlocked later this week.
You Tuber Mr Boss FTW did some sleuthing to find out a historical connection to this week’s Ill-Gotten Gains Part 1 DLC package.
With a focus on prosperous lifestyles built on illegal activities, that content drop prompted many fans to wonder whether the Los Santos casino might be about to re-open its doors once again.
Launched back in 2013, it’s been closed with an ‘opening soon’ banner placed outside since that time.
Players have often wondered whether it would ever make good on that promise, with some speculation asserting that it might be one of the locations used in the title’s often-rumored story DLC.
However, given that there’s no confirmation that such an expansion is even in development, other fans came to the conclusion that the casino might be opened as part of a smaller portion of DLC, much like how the game’s prison came to be utilized in the recently launched Heists.