GTA 6 Confirmed: Rockstar Finally Says It’s in Development

Time Of Info By TOI Desk Report   February 5, 2022   Update on : February 5, 2022

GTA 6 Confirmed

Grand Theft Auto 5’s success has been both a benefit and a burden. The Auto video game brand stated on Friday that a new version is in the works, confirming long-held rumors.

Rockstar Games revealed Friday that it is presently working on the next game in the Grand Theft Auto series, possibly dubbed Grand Theft Auto 6, and that continuous production on the next-gen open-world murder spree game is “well advanced.”

The announcement of a new Grand Theft Auto game was buried away in a community update on all things GTA, including Grand Theft Auto 5 which was launched in 2013, and the lasting Grand Theft Auto Online. Rockstar has the following to say regarding the forthcoming Grand Theft Auto game: You can also read more about the f95zone game.

“Given GTAV’s remarkable lifespan, we understand that you’ve been inquiring about a new entrant in the Grand Theft Auto franchise.” Our objective with each new project is to go above and beyond what we have previously provided and we are thrilled to reveal that active programming on the next installment in the Grand Theft Auto series is well started. We look forward to providing more information as soon as we are able, so please stay tuned to the Rockstar Newswire for additional information.

Headquartered in New York Rockstar Games has not stated when “Grand Theft Auto 6” will be published or how it will vary from the last edition of the game, which was launched in 2013 to massive success. Grand Theft Auto, also known as GTA, has sold over 230 million copies worldwide. Read also about Crackstream.

Rockstar trademarked a new technique for NPC navigating last year, which so many speculate may be incorporated in the upcoming GTA. The technology is intended to create more genuine mobility patterns, as well as more genuine road users, with the goal of making it usable in an “online play network gaming world.”


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