Grand Theft Auto 6: Many fans of the Grand Theft Auto franchise have been wondering when the next installment will be released.
Grand Theft Auto 6 is officially in development, but, well, Grand Theft Auto 6 is officially in development.
“We are pleased to confirm that active development for the next entry in the Grand Theft Auto series is well underway,” the statement read. “We look forward to sharing more as soon as we are ready. So please stay tuned to the Rockstar Newswire for official details.”
In a recent post that also detailed new improvements for GTA V on the Xbox Series X, S and PS5, Rockstar went on to acknowledge the interest around a GTA V successor and confirmed active development on the same.
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The Grand Theft Auto video game series was first released in 1997 by the same developer, Rockstar Games.
The series takes place in an open-world environment. And relies on mission completions and side quests to progress through the storyline of each game.
The settings of each release, though fictional, are based in part on real-life locations, such as San Francisco and Miami.
Each game begins with a new protagonist who is involved in the criminal world in some form or fashion. And the plot follows their rise through the ranks and takes down the people who stand in their way.
The game is well-known for its voice acting cast which includes popular names like Samuel L. Jackson, Debbie Harry, and Axl Rose.
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