It’s been six years since GTA V has been released and when we see headlines hinting info on the GTA 6 and a possible release date, we all go crazy! To make it even more exciting, Rockstar Games posted job ads for a project that they say it is currently in development.
Could it be GTA 6?
The hints all point into that direction, considering that the work they offer includes having to work on car models and face animation. But is there anything else about GTA 6 other than the job offer?
GearNuke wrote about Rockstar Games’ job posting, and according to the company’s listings, they need a technical face developer for Rockstar New York, and a senior technical artist for Rockstar Toronto. The job offer stated that the people they look to hire will have to “help research and develop new technology for future titles.” Together combined, the job offers could confirm that Rockstar games are now working on a new game.
Considering that Rockstar Games have worked a lot on character faces, human emotions and body language in GTA 5 and L.A. Noire, the GTA 6 will be even better in this department if the developer wants to carry on with this area.
Rockstar Games Searching for Vehicle Designers
According to a report in The Sun, Rockstar Games is searching for vehicle designers who understand car culture and would be able to make lifelike car designs that are based on references or patterns from the real world. And Rockstar’s title which focuses on unique car designs is the “Grand Theft Auto” series, so it’s all making sense now, right?
Rockstar Games hasn’t announced new titles for now, and now is working on “Red Dead Online,” the online multiplayer of “Red Dead Redemption 2.”
What we know for sure is that the developers are usually taking their time when it comes to creating games and that means more than two years for a new title. According to many industry analysts, the GTA 6 should be released sometime between 2020 and 2022.
Hopefully, they will at least throw us GTA fans some breadcrumbs about the next title in the near future!
Robert J. Smith is still early into his career as tech reporter but has already had his work published in many major publications including JoyStiq and Android Authority. In regards to academics, Robert earned a degree in business from Fordham University. Robert has passion for emerging technology and covers upcoming products and breakthroughs in science and tech.