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Some Of The Game’s Post-Launch Intentions May Have Been Revealed By A Recent Report About Rockstar Games’ Plans For Grand Theft Auto 6

Grand Theft Auto 5 was initially launched in 2015, and since then, it has been rereleased multiple times. Grand Theft Auto 5 was released in 2013 and has subsequently been converted to PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X.

However, Grand Theft Auto 6 was not in the works at the time. Grand Theft Auto 6 has now been officially revealed by Rockstar Games, and while information is still scant, a recent Bloomberg story has provided additional specifics on what players may anticipate from the game.

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Grand Theft Auto 6 and its features have been extensively discussed in a Bloomberg piece. If the Bloomberg report is accurate, it appears that Rockstar Games will “regularly” add new towns to Grand Theft Auto 6 following the game’s release.

This is going to be fantastic because new cities were never introduced to Grand Theft Auto games after they were released.

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Grand Theft Auto 6’s durability and endurance will also be considerably improved, making the wait for Grand Theft Auto 7 even longer for fans.

However, Grand Theft Auto 6 will supposedly get more cities and objectives from Rockstar Games in the near future. According to a Bloomberg story, a city will be included in the main game when it launches.

According to a Bloomberg story, Grand Theft Auto 6 will be set in Vice City, which has long been rumored. However, the source refers to Vice City as a “fictional version of Miami” rather than calling it the next location.

The Bloomberg article on Grand Theft Auto 6 contains other fascinating information. Grand Theft Auto 6 briefly planned to display North and South America, which is consistent with some earlier disclosures.

Rockstar Games’ ambitions for GTA 6 appear to have been scaled back, and plans look much different. With a probable 2024 launch date, GTA 6 is also said to introduce a female protagonist for the first time in the history of the franchise.