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Grand Theft Auto fans are in for a treat as some rumors have surfaced about Rockstar’s upcoming game of the franchise. News has it that gamers will have a wider variety of vehicles and gadgets such as drones to control. Other news points out the fact that GTA 6 will be able to be ran in virtual reality with astonishing graphics and features.

Trailer

Notwithstanding the fact that GTA 6 will not see its release anytime soon, some say that its trailer with come to light somewhere around the end of 2017. Being rumored to arrive in 2020 despite being anticipated to hit the stores in 2018, the game’s trailer is to be released a year or two prior to the actual game release.



New Features

As GTA 6 is something that we can only dream of, it is believed that it will feature some new and amazing stuff such as new cars, drones, characters, a wide array of weapons to choose from as well as other properties.

Release Date

Rumor has it that GTA 6 will most likely make its way out to the public just in time for the release of Sony’s Playstation 5 and Microsoft’s Xbox Two. Rockstar hasn’t released an official statement regarding when the game will be made public or if they are in its development stages but planned projects are to be released soon enough.

Gameplay

Some believe that the new GTA 6 will feature a female protagonist who will be voiced by Eva Mendes. No matter how this will end up the main protagonist is to be one with a criminal background and really tough. Following some rumors it will be somewhat different from the previous games and  if news proves to be true, we’re in for a treat.

Location

The guys from Rockstar have made some great efforts to feature some exotic places such as Tokyo for their game franchise. Rumor has it that Japanese officials scraped off this possibility as it would probably impact the city negatively thus being seen as problematic. Some analysts believe that Grand Theft Auto: Sin City is a possibility.

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