Rockstar will soon turn its attention to the upcoming GTA 6 game, which will be released sometime in the next upcoming years. The GTA franchise has brought billions of dollars for Rockstar and we’re sure that the company knows that they will need to release a very good GTA 6 game to please all the fans.
There are some rumors which say that the release date could be pushed back, mostly because the company is currently busy with other games such as Red Dead Redemption 2, which, according to reports, it’s already in the works. However, Rockstar will never release an unpolished GTA 6, and this means that they might push back the release date of the game. If rumors prove to be right, the GTA 6 will be released sometime in 2019-2020.
GTA To Support VR
New rumors say that the GTA 6 will probably support Virtual Reality devices. By the time this game will be released, the virtual reality devices such as the PlayStation VR will surely be very popular and there will be more and more gamers who will want to play games using them.
GTA Online is a very important part of the upcoming GTA 6 game and Rockstar knows that very well. There are rumors which say that the GTA 6 Online will come with multiple town maps and you will have the ability to “teleport” from each one. At the same time, each town will have different missions and heists. Unfortunately, we should take this news with a bit of salt, as none of them have been confirmed by Rockstar.
It seems that the GTA 6 story mode will finally come with a female protagonist. As you know, until now you were able to play with a female character in the Online version of the game. Well, it seems that Rockstar might finally bring a female character to the story mode (single player) of the game.
What are your thoughts about the upcoming GTA 6 game? Do you think that the game will be released in 2019 or it will take longer until it will hit the stores?
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