Rumors are swirling around as Techradar reports the Grand Theft Auto developers have made a trip to Japan, in order to scout locations for a potential installment of the franchise.
The plan was scrapped due to the structure of Tokyo’s streets, but the real hype lies in their further claim that Rockstar is indeed working on GTA 6.
Grand Theft Auto publisher Take-Two Interactive will have a presence at E3 this year, which has led some to believe we might see a new Red Dead Redemption title, but perhaps we’ll return to a life of crime in a new GTA environment.
The smash hit GTA 5 was released in 2013, and players are still flocking to the chaos of Los Santos streets. Free DLC content is constantly being added to keep gamers logging online, but could it be time for new open world?
Chances are good we’ll know more about Rockstar Games and Take-Two Interactive’s plans during E3 from June 14-16th. Let us know if you're ready for a new GTA adventure or if you want something new.
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