The city was used at the setting for a pair of expansions back in the GTA series' 2D days: Grand Theft Auto: London 1969, which used the original GTA's engine, was released in 1999 on PC and Play Station, and was followed shortly thereafter by the free release London 1961 on PC.
 Dan Houser was also asked about whether Rockstar considered including a playable female character in GTA V's campaign, which features three male characters.
In an interview with Digital Trends, Rockstar North head Leslie Benzies said he envisions players being able to travel back and forth to revisit places they explored in past games.
 “Of course at some point we would like to have one big world containing all our cities and let the player fly between them and revisit their favorite areas,” Benzies said.
"We didn't really think about it this time," he explained.