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Rockstar May Release GTA 6 in E3 2021, Insider Reports Claim

Rockstar may release GTA 6 in E3 2021, insider reports claim.

GTA 5 was released in 2013. It’s been 7 years since the new GTAis installment is in talks. But rumors are Rockstar is thinking of bringing GTA 6 in this year.

GTA 6 Release

The official Rockstar support account is teasing with ‘stay tuned’ for Grand Theft Auto update on Twitter. A Kotaku report reads: “a new entry in the Grand Theft Auto series”, which is in development from April 2020. The report also claims similar launch and expansion games through MMO and GTA Online.

Rockstar May Release GTA 6 in E3 2021, Insider Reports Claim

This means the new GTA game might get available in PS5 and Xbox Series X. The release of remastered GTA 5 on PS5 will be in 2021 and GTA 6 will be in 2022. But these are still not confirmed by Rockstar yet.

Specifications

Although there are many rumors on GTA 6 game details too. A Reddit user @JackOLantern1982 has posted 23 specifications about GTA 6. This includes the game will have a codename Project Americas for multiple countries. Some of the specifications are:

The team of GTA is more focused on Red Dead Redemption 2 rather than GTA 6. The new game is Rockstar’s other worldwide production. The game is set in a fictional city based on Rio de Janeiro and the Vice City of the US. The game will consider realism and arcade unlike Red Dead Redemption 2.

Rockstar May Release GTA 6 in E3 2021, Insider Reports Claim

The game plot is based on the 1970-the 80s. Liberty City is also included in the game. A giant prison is also added to the game. Chapter system, Weather is also in focus. The game is heavily based on Netflix’s Narcos. Martin Madrazo will return as his younger self with his family as drug dealers. The original soundtrack will be based on 70-80s and so on.

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However, Frieden is stating that GTA 6 will get the earliest release in holiday 2021 or 2022-23.

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