'GTA 6' Release Date, News & Update: Game Will Include Right Hand Drive Cars, World Map And Many More! See More Details Here!

By Faye Jimenea , Updated Jul 11, 2016 11:18 AM EDT
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One of the most successful and highly-rated video games of all time, "Grand Theft Auto" is rumored to finally release the "GTA 6" game. However, all the speculations from fans have been there for a long time and yet Rockstar, creator of the "Grand Theft Auto" franchise, has yet to confirm the truth about "Grand Theft Auto 6" happening.

Now, fans have been waiting for any news about "GTA 6" especially during the E3 conference that happened a month ago. Unfortunately, Rockstar did not include any news about it. Fans are now wondering if there is a possibility of a "Grand Theft Auto 6" happening.

According to the rumors, Rockstar might still be on the early stages of developing "GTA 6" and thus does not want to announce anything yet. However, several players and "Grand Theft Auto" game enthusiasts has speculated that "Grand Theft Auto 6" will be released the same time as the new consoles from Xbox and PlayStation. However, this is unlikely to happen.

Fans believed that "GTA 6" might be coming out by 2018, which is two years from now. However, sources have debunked that and gave a much longer time for "Grand Theft Auto 6" to be released, which is on 2020. Despite that, fans are still anticipating the new "Grand Theft Auto" to be launched soon.

Other rumours about "GTA 6" have claimed, it is circulating that Rockstar might give the video game a World Map Feature, which is far more ambitious than what fans believe to be the map on "Grand Theft Auto 6." Another rumour is that cars in "GTA 6" will be right-hand drive cars since Rockstar seems to be concentrating on places abroad, naturally fans thought of the UK.

There has been much speculation regarding "GTA 6" game. However, Rockstar has not yet confirmed any of these nor announced about the game being in development. 

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