If you are a GTA fan, you must hear this news about Grand Theft Auto 6
We are 100 percent sure that Grand Theft Auto 6 will happen and Rockstar is planning to surprise us with all the ideas it kept for our favorite game series.
Leslie Benzies, the Rockstar President, stated that he “doesn’t know what GTA 6 will be, but we (Rockstar) have got some ideas” in an interview with Develop magazine in 2013.
According to Benzies and you would love to hear this, the gaming giant “have about 45 years’ worth of ideas we want to do” and “ the right ones” will be picked.
When it comes to their flagship game, Rockstar is far from running out of steam so Grand Theft Auto superfans can’t handle their enthusiasm. We will soon be able to see what ideas Benzies was talking about and they will be infiltrated into the Grand Theft Auto 6.
GTA 6 release date: When will GTA 6 come out?
Michael Pachter, a games industry analyst, spoke about the future of Grand Theft Auto with Gamingbol and we got the confirmation that we will need to wait more than three years to receive the 6th version of the game.
What we know is that Rockstar is currently plotting the course for a new Grand Theft Auto, fact proven by some early signs. However, it does not seem like the developers want to leak something or get specific. After the release of Red Dead Redemption 2 this year, we can say that Rockstar dedicated its time to the wild west series. Now that the company is done with it, it means that they must start developing the Grand Theft Auto 6, right?
At least we settled a little bit as we know it will be more than three years until we will receive it.
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