Fans are eagerly waiting for even the slightest official updates from Rockstar Games regarding the release date of the highly anticipated GTA 6.
Fans are eagerly waiting for even the slightest official updates from Rockstar Games regarding the release date of the highly anticipated GTA 6. Well, new reports suggest that fans might have received a glimpse of the game. GTA 6 fans have found out that there will be great next-gen updates for the PS5, Xbox One X, and PC versions of the game.
GTA fans have been keenly waiting for Rockstar Games to provide some news. However, the latest discoveries are being shared on Reddit. While there’s no word on the official release date or any update on the game’s development, fans continue to bring interesting pieces of information. The latest one hints at significant next-gen improvements with the new GTA game.
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It’s pretty obvious that GTA will be a next-gen game that will only be available on the PS5, Xbox One X, and later for PC and streaming platforms. GTA enthusiasts going through LinkedIn profiles managed to unearth some interesting pieces of information thanks to a new Rockstar Games employee profile.
The person’s profile read “Responsible for cinematics cinematography and narrative design flow for immersive, seamless transitions from cinematics to in-game,” alongside “cinematic transitions for cutscenes and interactive scenarios.”
Although the game studio has confirmed that a new GTA game is in the works, very little is known about the title as of now. Fans should expect a great sandbox experience, but the details on the game’s map is still scarce. There is no word on where the next GTA will be situated or its story.
If the rumors are to be believed, GTA 6 will take the center stage sometime in 2025. The game is rumored to be set in a modern-day version of Vice City, which will expand and change as players move forward in the game.
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