GTA 5 still is a major blockbuster when it comes to gaming, even at almost eight years since its release. Rockstar has the apparently impossible mission of bringing a game even better than GTA 5 – namely GTA 6, the game that the Grand Theft Auto fans had been waiting for so long.
Rockstar hasn’t said a word yet about GTA 6’s release date, but various sources indicate that the upcoming title is already under development.
Rockstar is looking for a “Cinematic Gameplay Capture Artist”
Dualshockers discovered the recent job offer of those from Rockstar, which automatically raises speculation that the game will be announced soon. The renowned company looks for a person passionate about recording footage for trailers.
Unfortunately, there is very little to know about how GTA 6 will be. Most sources point to a return to Vice City, meaning the same setting as the highly-popular game GTA Vice City released in 2002. Hopefully, gamers will get three protagonist characters just like in GTA 5, and there are hints of a possible female character.
Rumours and speculations have flooded the internet about when GTA 6 is coming out and what the RPG could bring new. The only fully reliable source remains Rockstar, as Ned Luke said it loud, clear, and aggressively via Instagram:
How do all these people get all this information?,
People, do you not understand? Do not believe anything you see on the Internet from BossManF***TheWorld, or whatever his name is, or any of those guys,
They’re just clickbait. If you hear it from Rockstar, then you know.
Otherwise, GTA 5 remains a highly-playable game, especially for its online mode. GTA Online counts over 130,000 players, and there’s no wonder why. GTA 5 has pretty much anything a gamer could want.
Based out of Detroit, Tonia Nissen has been writing for Optic Flux since 2017 and is presently our Managing Editor. An experienced freelance health writer, Tonia obtained an English BA from the University of Detroit, then spent over 7 years working in various markets as a television reporter, producer and news videographer. Tonia is particularly interested in scientific innovation, climate technology, and the marine environment.