David Jones and Mike Dailly thought of a video game based on motor vehicle theft and they created an action game series called GTA or Grand Theft Auto. The game was originally developed by Rockstar North. Rockstar Games published the now loved video game series. Games released under GTA and GTA 2 are considered to be in the 2D universe while GTA 3 and other games following it are named the 3D universe. Get ready for some good news! GTA is coming back with another installment in the series.
What is the game about?
The maximum number of GTA games is centered around fictional versions of the cities of the USA. Make-believe cities of Liberty City, Vice City, and San Andreas are modeled in New York, Miami, and California. The GTA cities and settings of the game gradually expand with new installments. Every game gives the player a chance to act as a criminal as he or she tries to rise in the ranks of organized crime through the assigned missions. GTA is not recommended for kids as assassinations and incidents of other gruesome crimes are present in the games frequently. After the release of GTA 2, the video game series came up with more developed storylines where the player gets abandoned or betrayed. This all serves as motivation to advance through the game and climb up the ranks. GTA games remain interesting because a large amount of freedom is permitted to the player. GTA is a prime example of free-roaming open-world games where players can decide on which missions to undertake and so on.
What do we know about GTA 6?
There is no official release date yet so there is nothing left to do but daydream or speculate. There are many fake pieces of information on the new installment on Twitter, Reddit, etc. As for the mapping of the game, some fans thought that it would be an artificial map similar to the USA but that does not seem plausible. The reason being that it would take a lot of this for that design to be brought into reality.
It is estimated that GTA 6 won’t release till 2022 or 2023. The game is still being developed.