The Grand Theft Auto game series has got only men as protagonist characters, and each of them has a strong and memorable personality. The last game of the legendary series, namely GTA 5, was the first to feature three protagonist characters at the same time. Rockstar is expected to raise the stakes even more, as a top leaker claims.
The Sun brings us the great news that the trusted leaker Tom Henderson reveals that GTA 6 will be the first game from the Grand Theft Auto series that will be featuring a woman as one of the main characters. Henderson is CEO and owner of social media agency Viral Junkie.
Choose between a guy or a girl to handle the job
Players will likely get to switch between characters to control them just like they’re doing in GTA 5 with Franklin, Michael, and Trevor. We can expect the supposed female character from GTA 6 to be a badass girl who likes to handle weapons and punish the naughty boys in unorthodox ways. After all, we can barely think of any good deeds present in the entire Grand Theft Auto series.
— Tom Henderson (@_TomHenderson_) January 10, 2021
GTA 5 was released way back in 2013 for consoles and two years later as a PC version. The fans have more to wait for a sequel this time than they ever had when it comes to the Grand Theft Auto series, and the expectations are enormous. GTA 5 was one of the best selling games ever made, and the fans are expecting even more diversity and action from GTA 6. More enterable buildings, more customization options, more side missions, more character development, and so on – these are some of the most demanded aspects for the sequel of GTA 5.
Rockstar hasn’t spoken a word about GTA 6 yet, but multiple reports claim that the game is in the works. This means that any day now, the developer will release official news about the highly-anticipated role-playing open-world game.
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.