‘Grand Theft Auto 6’ Release Date, News & Update: Rockstar Waiting for PlayStation 5, Xbox Two for Higher Display, Advanced Gaming Features?

By Maui , Updated Nov 24, 2016 10:14 AM EST

"Grand Theft Auto 6" is one of the most anticipated games to be released by the Rockstar Games. Rumors and speculations regarding its features and release date are making rounds on the internet. Recent reports suggest that adding a new Virtual Reality support feature is one of the main causes of is delay.

According to a reports, fans might wait a little longer for the "Grand Theft Auto 6" release because Rockstar Games made it clear that they are still focusing on one major game title "Red Dead Redemption 2" that is coming next year. The "RDR2" will also be having an online multiplayer mode just like "Grand Theft Auto 5." Rockstar Games is not like Ubisoft and Activision that have been releasing new game entries in their biggest franchise every year. This trend has led both game developers re-releasing older games as they re-think the next one.

It had become a common feeling that Assassin's Creed and Call of Duty were both recycling the same game every year with only some minor changes. Rockstar might still be thinking of new things they will add in "Grand Theft Auto 6" to make it more unique compare to the previous "Grand Theft Auto" franchise.

According to reports, the "Grand Theft Auto 6" might hit the market approximately at the same time Sony and Microsoft launches their next generation of gaming consoles. The new game engines will surely be more capable of carrying out VR content and higher graphical display compared to the PS4 and Xbox One.

Rumors claim that the "Grand Theft Auto 6" might be released in 2018 and it may be one of the games that will be playable through the gaming platforms PlayStation 5 and Xbox Two. Rockstar Games hasn't denied nor confirmed any of the rumors regarding "GTA 6," but fans are hoping that its development is currently in the works.

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