Rockstar: DLC is the “future of gaming”

By Patrick Garratt, Monday, 23 February 2009 08:37 GMT


Fat pipes are the way forward, Rockstar said this morning, claiming that downloading game content is the “future” for the medium.

“I think people are seeing this as the future of gaming, and we see it,” GTA dev chief Jeronimo Barrera said in the latest Major Nelson podcast.

“Obviously we’re going to continue to create more games, full games, but we’re also excited about what we’re going to do with Xbox Live and DLC.”

Barrera was talking in the second part of an interview on The Lost and Damned, GTA IV’s first 360-exclusive DLC episode.

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