Grand Theft Auto Is Still One Of The Most Anticipated Video Games. Now that Rockstar released Red Dead Redemption 2 (which became an instant success), the studio can focus on the sixth installment in the Grand Theft Auto franchise.
Nonetheless, the game won’t come out too soon, as Rockstar is currently developing the project. A couple of job offers posted by Rockstar indicate that they are working for the right persons for the job. This means that they haven’t abandoned the project and they are looking for the best team for it.
It appears that Rockstar Games is looking for experts on improving tools, environment design, animation retargeting and facial graphics. The descriptions of the job offers give use some important clues. For example, one of them mentions that they are looking to create “next-generation worlds for some exciting upcoming projects!”. This suggests that we might get a massive map in GTA 6.
Receiving a huge complex Grand Theft Auto 6 has been speculated for quite some time. Some fans believe that the next game will take action to Mexico as well, while others think that the map will include all the United States.
Meanwhile, when it comes to the story, the political background might end up influencing it. Co-writer Dan Houser shared some thoughts with GQ in an interview. “It’s really unclear what we would even do with [GTA 6], let alone how upset people would get with whatever we did. Both intense liberal progression and intense conservatism are both very militant, and very angry,” Houser told GQ.
Therefore, the studio is trying to find the perfect moment for the launch. “It is scary but it’s also strange, and yet both of them seem occasionally to veer towards the absurd. It’s hard to satirize for those reasons. Some of the stuff you see is straightforwardly beyond satire. It would be out of date within two minutes, everything is changing so fast.”
Henry Lares is still early into his career as tech reporter but has already had his work published in many major publications including Tech Crunch and the Huffington Post. In regards to academics, Henry earned an engineering degree from Apex Technical School. Henry has a passion for emerging technology and covers upcoming products and breakthroughs in science and tech.