'Grand Theft Auto 6' Release Date, News & Update: New Title To Have A Huge Map & RHD Vehicles? New Game Details Revealed

By Jeanne Anne , Updated Jul 06, 2016 03:33 AM EDT

There are a lot of rumors circulating about the much-anticipated "Grand Theft Auto 6." It was first reported that "GTA 6" would carry a London map, now the game was said to include a substantial diagram.

A Huge Map

According to Cross Map, "Grand Theft Auto 6" will hold a map that features every other map in the previous game.

In fact, an alleged whole map of the world will be brought out on "Grand Theft Auto 6." However, this looks very unlikely and impossible to happen.

Other Rumored Features

There are also hearsays that "Grand Theft Auto 6" will have Right-Hand Drive (RHD) vehicles for carrying the London map.

This means that all of the U.S. automobiles from "Grand Theft Auto" will be transformed into a right-hand drive for the sixth installment of the title.

Release Date

Unfortunately, "Grand Theft Auto 6" was not presented by Rockstar at Electronic Entertainment Expo 2016.

Hence, it is a sign that fans won't get to see "Grand Theft Auto 6" anytime soon and might be revealed in 2018 -- the earliest.

A Gameplay Out Of American Culture

Game & Guide previously reported that the co-founder of Rockstar, Dan Houser, planned to make a new map for "Grand Theft Auto 6" that will be outside of the U.S.

Dan Houser, too, is imagining "Grand Theft Auto 6" to be out from its usual feature of American culture.

It might be a London map, but there are also other nations that can be possibly included on "Grand Theft Auto 6."

"At the moment, it feels like GTA's DNA is contemporary-ish, American-ish, English-speaking-ish, because that's what it has been," Dan Houser explained.

"But that doesn't necessarily limit it to those, that's just what we've done so far," he continued, as per Christian Times.

Rockstar has yet to confirm any news about "Grand Theft Auto 6."

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