GTA 5 is one of the most popular video games of the decade and raised the bar for how open-world games should look and play like. The title was very successful but almost six years have passed since it was first released and die-hard fans of the franchise are already looking forward to a new entrance in the GTA series. According to the latest rumors, GTA 6 might already be under development at Rockstar Games.
Rockstar spent eight years on the development process for Red Dead Redemption 2, and it is likely that they will work hard to make GTA 6 a great title that is worthy of being called a Rockstar game. Several sources spotted recent job listings posted by Rockstar. The studio is looking forward to hiring new employees with the primary aim of delivering an impressive game on next-gen consoles. While no name is inferred some fans hope that it may be the next GTA title.
The possible release date for GTA 6 remains shrouded in mystery as Rockstar co-founder Dan Houser has previously declared that the current political climate is not ideal for the release of another GTA game.
Rockstar Games Might Already Work On GTA 6
The franchise used satiric elements to reveal and discuss the flaws of society from day one, and with each new game, it became even bolder. The fans loved the style and the direction of the game, but some politicians criticized how certain aspects of society were portrayed, arguing that Rockstar encourages the perception of harmful stereotypes.
When it comes to setting, Rockstar Games can choose from an extensive list of possibilities. The studio may opt to revisit a past setting to avoid the current media controversies. Some of the fans believe that the next game will take place in Vice City, a favorite setting which hasn’t been featured since GTA Vice City was released back in 2002.
It is essential to keep in mind the fact that Rockstar could be working on a new IP. It remains to be seen if a GTA 6-related announcement would come out in the following months. However, as reported, Rockstar Games might expect the launch of next-gen consoles to launch GTA 6.
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