Ever since the Rockstar Games released Grand Theft Auto V for last generation consoles and then for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and for Windows PC, we saw several reports of the studio working on Grand Theft Auto VI. No doubt the game turned out to be a huge success for Rockstar Games for all platforms and still many gamers are present on GTA Online today.

Speculations started from last year, when we saw reports of Rockstar considering whole United States as the game map for upcoming Grand Theft Auto VI, which was surprising indeed. Later on, some reports such as Hollywood star Ryan Gosling coming as a protagonist also showed up, whereas the developer studio maintained silence on the matter as usual.

Rumor: Rockstar Cancelled Grand Theft Auto VI To Focus on Developing Grand Theft Auto V More

However, a new report published by The Big Bat suggests that the studio has decided to halt the development of the Grand Theft Auto VI in order to enhance the current Grand Theft Auto V. According to the report, the developers are focusing on feeding the current game as for now, and maybe that’s why the studio decided not to reveal the game at PlayStation Meeting in New York on September 7th.

Maybe that is the reason we have the new Bikers DLC for GTA 5. A similar kind of report was published by GamesNGuide which mentioned that initially they planned to reveal a project during the meeting but decided to focus on the Grand Theft Auto V instead. It also mentions that the new game will not be released before 2018, around 5 years later than the previous release in the franchise.

The news maybe disappointing for the GTA fans but it must be noted that the wait is always worthy. Rockstar Games was also reportedly working on Red Dead Redemption 2, for which it started hiring terrain artist by asking the candidates their resume online. We’ll keep you posted with the updates. Stay tuned till then!

Via: International Business Times

  • Darren William Kyle

    They are not focusing on GTA V, they are focusing on GTA O. Different thing.