GTA 6 Latest Leaks and News – What We Know So Far
Rockstar has finally released the PC version of the GTA 5 in April 2015. This game was available for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 since September 2013 and for the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 since November 2014.
With other words, it’s been quite a while since the first variant of GTA 5 was released and the gamers (especially the ones that own an Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3 console) are already expecting the GTA 6 to be released. Unfortunately, we’re not sure if the GTA 6 will be released anytime soon, as the developers haven’t confirmed if this game is currently under development yet.
GTA 6: Release Date
According to rumors, the GTA 6 will be released sometime in 2018 for the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 consoles, followed by a PC version two years later, in 2020.
GTA 6: Location
All the GTA fans are now requesting bigger and bigger maps, where they can freely roam without any restrictions. Most of the GTA fans are hoping that the GTA 6 will feature an integrated map, where all the previous maps would be added along with other additional ones. This can be possible, but we’re sure that it will be very hard to be done and if the developers are truly going to do this, it will take quite a while and the release date of this game will no longer be in 2018-2020.
Female Character Protagonist
There are rumors which say that GTA 6 will finally bring a female character protagonist, which hasn’t happened until now (expect in GTA Online). Dan Houser, the co-founder of Rockstar said that GTA 5 needed male characters exclusively, but it is not impossible to introduce a female character protagonist in the GTA 6.
GTA 6: Not available for old consoles
There is a very high chance that the GTA 6 will not be released for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 consoles. We’ve already seen games that are exclusively for the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 consoles, which show that the developers are starting to leave these old consoles behind. And let’s not forget that the game will not be released anytime soon, which clearly means that until then, the community of old consoles will slowly “die”.