Take-Two Interactive has over 50 new game releases planned over the coming years, but it appears GTA 6 will be the only one arriving from Rockstar Games.
A new report shared this week claims that the famous studio and its more minor team are working solely on bringing the latest Grand Theft Auto game to PS5 and Xbox Series X.
The prediction was shared by gaming analyst AccNgt over on Twitter, providing a short Q&A session regarding the market.
This included answering how many games would be released by Rockstar Games on the current generation of consoles.
And ultimately, if that proves correct, it’s excellent news for waiting Grand Theft Auto fans.
Rockstar Games already supports Red Dead Online and GTA Online, providing fresh content every few months.
And building what could be the most hotly anticipated sequel ever in GTA 6 sounds like a challenging task, made for a whole studio to focus on.
Fans will certainly feel better knowing that no smaller games will be holding up the production and development of GTA 6, which has already skipped the PS4 and Xbox One generations.
Although, there might be a few disappointed Bully 2 gamers out there who had hoped for some kind of surprise reveal for next-gen.
The next Grand Theft Auto game is expected to arrive as a next-gen console exclusive, launching first on PS5 and Xbox Series X.
Much of this is down to past projects and Rockstar Games’ tendency to focus on console ports before PC.
So far, the company and development team have provided little in the way of guidance when it comes to the final GTA 6 release date.
Predictions so far range between 2023 and 2025, meaning we’re still years away from a new Grand Theft Auto product hitting shelves.
2023 appears to be the earliest we could see GTA 6 become a playable game, available on a number of different platforms.
Financial analysts have predicted that 2023 could be the year, and that means there is a slim chance that the game wil be announced by Rockstar Games later this year.
Having said that, AccNgt has also predicted that a Red Dead Redemption 2 PS5 port could be announced later this year, meaning fans might have to wait a little longer for that big GTA 6 reveal.
And fans are also cautious following the release of the new GTA Definitive Edition collection.
Graphical performance issues and gameplay bugs led to terrible reviews, and while gamers are still desperate to play the next GTA game, they don’t want to see it rushed out and suffer the same problems.
Fans are expecting a release more like Red Dead Redemption 2, with Rockstar taking its time to launch an impressive and enjoyable open world adventure.