The last GTA title was released six years ago and it was a huge success, as everyone knows. Since it’s been such a long time since GTA 5 came out, fans are growing impatient about the launch of the next title of this popular series from Rockstar, GTA 6.
What are our expectations so far?
Between the time when GTA 5 was unveiled and the present moment, Rockstar Games has continued to create various games. However, no comments on GTA 6 have been made by the company so far. Based on our assumptions, which are the same as the gaming industry’s expectations, GTA 6 could be officially released in 2020.
So what do we believe it will happen next? Well, we actually expect to see a teaser of the game around the Q3 of this year. This means that we think an official announcement will be made by Rockstar later in 2019. If this proves to be right, then the final version of the game should be ready in 2020, so we could see the final GTA 6 come out by the end of 2020.
What will GTA 6 bring us?
Based on some early indicators, GTA 6 might focus on the online multiplayer mode, which should be much more interactive than the version from 2013. We also know that the company is expected to release a version of the game for mobile as well, which will be available for Android and iOS. However, the focus will apparently be on the Xbox One and PS4 consoles.
As far as the storyline is concerned, GTA 6 will probably just continue from GTA 5. We will most likely see new costumes for characters in the new game, as well as newer cars and bikes.
Overall, we really hope to see the game released in 2020, with some official news from Rockstar coming this year. Let’s keep our fingers crossed!
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