The news we want to hear is about the GTA 6 development update

Finally, Take-Two has made a comment on the status of the forthcoming Grand Theft Auto game.

And I don’t just mean on consoles; we’ve been waiting for GTA 6 for years and years. It’s been over a decade since the debut of GTA 5, and many who bought the game at its launch have subsequently given birth to whole families. It’s fair to argue that gamers who have been waiting for The Elder Scrolls 6 have had it worst, since it’s been a decade and counting since the release of Skyrim.

That’s why we’re so fond of publisher financial reports. We go through all of the new information they’re putting out to find delicious tidbits that you’ll be interested in. GTA 6 production is “well underway” according to Take-Two Interactive’s newest update (opens in a new tab). New “creative standards” for the GTA series, gaming, and “all entertainment” are teased as well in the trailer. These are pretty serious assertions.

Having a conversation

What Rockstar has stated, Take-Two is just repeating. GTA 6 is “well underway” according to the studio’s assurances in February, according to a statement. A lot of GTA 5 gamers have been asking about this for a long time now, and they’ve now begun mooing about it instead of keeping quiet. Still, there was a peaceful stillness about the room.

GTA 5’s “exceptional longevity” was addressed by Rockstar before the current status of development was revealed. Take-Two has not only confirmed that GTA 6 is in development, but it has also made some big promises about what the game will ultimately be like.

Given that GTA 6 is expected to be released in 2024, it is likely to be available on PC, Xbox Series X|S, and PlayStation 5. Graphics, performance, and gameplay should all improve dramatically thanks to the upgraded hardware, making this a far cry from GTA 5. Also, the game won’t be hindered by previous-generation systems if the rumours about no PS4 or Xbox One version are accurate.

Despite the fact that no formal announcements have been made, Rockstar workers have lately given a few insights. Reports claim that GTA 6 will include many cities, including Vice City. Take-Two seems confident in making such lofty predictions, given that Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is expected to be the largest GTA release ever. New missions and cities are expected to be added post-launch, and if this all holds true, new milestones will be established.

Insiders say we’ll see a female protagonist for the first time in GTA 6. However, rather than being the only star, she’s claimed to be a half of a Bonnie and Clyde-style duet.

While it’s premature to draw conclusions about the final game based on promotional material, these are all encouraging signals that GTA 6 is faring better than GTA 5.

For the time being, you may peruse a list of games similar to GTA to pass the time till GTA 6 is out. On the other hand, it’s worth mentioning that it does not include the upcoming Saints Row revival.