When we are talking about GTA 6, we are talking about a series of rumors that have invaded the Internet with spec, details, the next locations, and characters. But until the actual release or official information from the company, more and more rumors and leaks are coming about the game. Of course, we take the rumors with a grain of salt, but some of them can be possible. So is the case of the new talk about the GTA 6 in-game microtransactions. Maybe the waves of rumors will force Rockstar to post an official statement about the game.
What Information We Have about Microtransactions?
The AAA games are the reason behind the transactions in a game. Players are spending a lot of money for in-game items and this trend it’s evolving more and more. An excellent example of success is GTA Online that has the microtransaction in-game and its raising the company’s revenue up to $1 billion since its launch. If on GTA Online transactions are a recipe for success, tested model that can bring the company some billion dollars, it makes sense that this method to be added to GTA 6. The latest rumors are sustaining this information too, and maybe Rockstar will not surprise us with this addition to the game.
Moreover, the idea that GTA 6 will have a cross over gameplay with GTA Online is more than welcomed by the players of the series. Having these microtransactions in the game will give the player an advantage to complete a mission. Besides this, think of the ampleness of GTA 6 will have, with a lot of side missions and a large map, especially if we think about the rumors about the cities from the game (Miami and New York). So having transactions in the game is a logic movement from Rockstar.
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.