GTA 5 Trevor actor claims he ‘shot some stuff’ for DLC starring his character before it was cancelled

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Grand Theft Auto 5 DLC starring Trevor was cancelled after Rockstar “shot some stuff” for it, according to Trevor actor Steven Ogg.

Info datamined from the game in 2023 suggested that a DLC pack named Agent Trevor was one of three cancelled expansions for the game, alongside other expansions called Zombie Apocalypse and Alien Invasion.

Now, in a Q&A alongside some of the game’s cast (as spotted by The Loadout), Ogg has shed some light on the project.

“Trevor was going to be undercover, he was working with the feds,” Ogg said. “We did shoot some of that stuff with ‘James Bond Trevor’, where he’s still kind of a fuck-up, but he’s doing his best.

“Then it just disappeared and they never did it, they never followed up on it.”

Much of the content for these proposed DLC projects was folded into Rockstar’s hugely popular GTA Online, which has received regular updates, including story content, while the single-player game hasn’t received any DLC at all.

Datamined information from GTA Online’s Doomsday Heist confirmed that some of the content was adapted from the previously planned Agent Trevor DLC.

GTA 5 Trevor actor claims he ‘shot some stuff’ for DLC starring his character before it was cancelled

While not much is known about the other two pieces of DLC, the base game of Grand Theft Auto V had several easter eggs hinting at aliens hidden throughout the game.

Rockstar released the first official trailer for Grand Theft Auto 6 in December, which gathered over 90 million views in just 24 hours.

As well as a 2025 release date for PS5 and Xbox Series X/S, it confirmed that the game will partly take place in Vice City – a fictional Miami – and star a pair of protagonists.

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