It's been almost a slowdown since the original release of GTA 5, which first came out in 2013 and has since been ported to PC and is being remastered on PS5 later this year.
While it definitely looks like GTA 6 is still a ways off, fans of the series are getting anxious because we haven't heard any news about the Rockstar title, or even any official announcement about the game's development.
However, it looks like a 2025 release date is becoming more likely for the game, as well-known gaming journalist Jason Schreier has backed up the leaks about the game's release date.
Jason Schreier supports information leaks
Tom Henderson, a notable name within the Call of Duty and Battlefield community who has correctly leaked a ton of information related to these titles in the past, posted a video talking about GTA 6 on June 28.
In the video, the journalist claimed that GTA 6 is still four years away, and a 2025 release date seems more likely than ever, and that, of course, has pissed off fans.
Skeptical fans have pointed out that the leaks may be fake, but they appear to have been confirmed after Bloomberg reporter Jason Schreier reiterated those claims.
According to Schreier, Tom Henderson's claims in his recent video match exactly what he's heard about GTA 6, so the idea that the game will actually release in 2025 seems more credible than ever.
Traditionally, trial versions are released exclusively in certain geographic locations. This could be the case in the future, where some privileged fans may have early access to the game.
Spain is not usually at the top of priorities, but it is possible to take advantage of the same release on VPNs that are completely free. Virtual Private Networks allow the player to simulate access from a server located in another country. Who knows, maybe we won't be able to play a beta mode or a leaked version before 2025?
Great features will take GTA 6 to another level
Grand Theft Auto 6 may have some amazing new features, as detailed by an official Rockstar presentation at the Game Developers Conference 2021.
The presentation, which has just been made available to the public, detailed how the team made the horses in Red Dead Redemption 2 so realistic and the improvements they planned for future titles.
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Improved GTA 6 details
In RDR2, horses have over 3.000 animations in 23 unique movement styles. According to Rockstar, they want similar details for other animals.
Other improvements are even more compelling: Improve responsiveness and quality of humans and animals with lower production costs, machine learning approaches, and better parity between AI and player-controlled characters.
This last part is especially intriguing. If GTA 6 really can increase AI capabilities, we could be facing one of the most realistic games ever made. Also, in a modern urban setting.
This could mean that things like how the police respond to crimes will differ depending on certain playstyles.
Even if GTA 6 isn't announced, that should give us a small indication of what we might see when the game finally launches.
So far, expert estimates claim we may have to wait until 2025 for that, but at least we'll have GTA Trilogy Remasters coming to keep us busy until then.
GTA Trilogy Remasters: GTA 3, Vice City e San Andreas
Rockstar is reportedly developing a series of remasters believed to include GTA 3, Vice City and San Andreas built within the Unreal Engine.
A report from Kotaku has given credence to the many rumors of an imminent remaster of the trilogy and it is now believed to be coming to PlayStation 5|PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PC, Stadia, mobile and even the Nintendo console. Switch.
There will be a mix of "new and old graphics" for the remastered GTA trilogy, according to the report. The fidelity of the graphics is being compared to the intricate community mods that have elevated the look of these titles in the past.
Interestingly, while there weren't any gameplay details, it appears Rockstar is trying to "stay true to the PS2-era GTA games," according to Kotaku's report.
From the looks of it, the developers are trying to keep the classic feel of these games, giving things like the UI a remaster, while still keeping the more classic elements intact.
After a shift in priorities in Rockstar's studio tree, the trilogy remaster is now in its final stages ahead of its slated release in late 2021.
No date has been mentioned, but it is believed that the studio aims to release the GTA Remastered trilogy around October or November 2021.