Grand Theft Auto 6: Would One Of the Protagonists, the Location, the Release Date and Much More Be Revealed?

It’s been no secret for a while now that Rockstar is working on Grand Theft Auto VI, but we have very little concrete information about the sequel.

 

It’s been no secret for a while now that Rockstar is working on Grand Theft Auto VI, but we have very little concrete information about the sequel.

There have been some interesting rumours in the past, such as that the sixth numbered instalment will take us back to Vice City, only instead of the ’80s, we’ll be in a modern setting. There were also rumours that the game would have a female protagonist, but recently a new report from Jason Schreier, who is in charge of the inside scoop, seems to have confirmed the earlier rumours.

According to a report in Bloomberg, Rockstar initially wanted to make GTA 6 a sprawling playground that would include large parts of North and South America but plans changed, and they settled for a fictionalised version of Miami and the surrounding areas. After all, Vice City was also based on the city, so it’s unlikely that we’ll be returning to the legendary location.

Referring to sources familiar with the project, Schreier also informed us that GTA 6 would have the first female protagonist in the history of the series, who will be Latin American, and a companion, who will be another central character in the story. In theory, the story is inspired by the well-known bank robbers Bonnie and Clyde, and the developers are careful not to make jokes at the expense of minorities.

Another essential piece of information is that the single-player mode’s map will be expanded over time, with new missions and towns. The management expects that this solution will also help to reduce the overtime that has been a severe problem in the last few months. However, development time is affected because GTA 6 will have many more indoor locations than in previous episodes.

Otherwise, Bloomberg reports that there have been significant changes at Rockstar, which will impact the franchise. According to reports, several longtime staff members deemed toxic by others were previously let go, and more producers were hired. The feedback has been positive, but there are still some hurdles that could cause problems, for example, communication-wise.

Source: Bloomberg

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