The development of Grand Theft Auto 6 has finally been officially confirmed by Rockstar Games after years of rumours.
While no concrete details have been released, the studio did mention that they would like to make one Grand Theft Auto installment that includes all previous cities from the series.
Players could then travel between various locations to revisit places they explored in previous games.
San Fierro and/or Las Venturas may return in GTA VI to complete the remaining areas that were not covered in GTA V.
Vice City is not likely to be considered as a setting because Miami in the 1980s can't be recreated in any other era
GTA V writer Dan Houser says London may not be right, but it is interesting.
According to additional reports, the game will launch in 2024 or 2025.
According to some reports, GTA 6 will have a smaller initial version than GTA 5, with updates built on top of it.
Rockstar patented a new navigation system last year, which is believed to be used in the next GTA.
This system makes the road users more realistic by making traffic behavior more realistic
A "multiplayer community gaming network" will be able to make use of it specifically.