With Red Dead Redemption 2 announced and more information regarding the video game title likely to be unveiled during E3 of this year, we chose to take a look back at the famed video game. The release of Red Dead Redemption 2 will allow the team at Rockstar to focus on the next game in the GTA series but new rumors suggest that a GTA Online style multiplayer will be coming to RDR 2.
Meanwhile, "GTA 5" is still receiving regular updates from the game developer, which is hardly surprising since the title is the company's current cash cow.
Hopefully GTA 6 is still a priority for Rockstar once RDR 2 has been released later this year.
The previous announcement by Rockstar Games president Leslie Benzies confirmed there would be a "GTA 6".
Game Rant opines, though, that the said information is not a conclusive evidence that Rockstar Games is really planning to release a "Red Dead Redemption 2" PC version as it is possible that the listing may be for another Rockstar Game that was already released on PC in 2015, "Grand Theft Auto 5" (GTA 5). In fact, gaming analyst believes it could even surpass the huge success garnered by "GTA 5". Others speculate that its map could be country-sized. In order to expedite things, it will have some sort of fast travel mechanics. It may still be early to hypothesize, but checking either Take-Two or Rockstar Games' sites shows no signs of another triple A game in the works besides the unnamed new IP, which was announced past year.
Of the many speculations that came out regarding "GTA 6", one particular note of interest is that it will reportedly be dabbling in virtual reality (VR), according to Trusted Reviews.
"GTA" fans must bear in mind that none of this has been officially confirmed yet, and should take these reports with a huge grain of salt.