"Grand Theft Auto 6" Was Rebooted When "Red Dead 2" was Released
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“Grand Theft Auto 6” Was Rebooted When “Red Dead 2” was Released

"Grand Theft Auto 6" Was Rebooted When "Red Dead 2" was Released

“Grand Theft Auto 6” Was Rebooted When “Red Dead 2” was Released

Although it was not in doubt, Grand Theft Auto VI has been officially confirmed. If you have been following the news, you will know that GTAVI had an unusual reveal. Rockstar Games was the victim of a cyber attack in which over an hour’s GTAVIdevelopment footage was taken. In response to the allegations, a UK-based teenager reportedly pleaded not guilty. Rockstar was keen to keep the allegations low for now. However, new evidence has been revealed about the game’s development.

ComicBook Tez2, a Rockstar Games insider, has revealed that GTAVI was fully developed since the 2018 release of Red Dead Redemption II. According to Tez2, the game’s long development time is because GTAVI’s idea has been reworked numerous times.

The game’s scale and animation technology were a concern for developers. COVID-19 further delayed development. ComicBook claims that Rockstar Games 2020 patented a new NPC behaviour technology. This is believed to be related to GTA VII.

GTA VI may not be released for many years. One leaker claimed that it could be released in 2025. This seems to be a reasonable guess at the moment. Some fans have been using development footage to map GTAVI’s Vice City. Knowing the speed with which GTA fans work, I expect the map to be posted on the forums shortly.

“Grand Theft Auto 6” Was Rebooted When “Red Dead 2” was Released
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