- Any disappointing news about the widely speculated game was shared by a credible insider
- The data has much to do with the growth and release of the game.
- A source from the “Grand Theft Auto” series posted some disappointing news about the “GTA 6.” release date.
Fans have been hearing reports in the course of recent months that ‘GTA 6’ is in advancement, giving them a hint of something to look forward to that they will before long hear official Rockstar Games news about the delivery. Notwithstanding, on Twitter, insider Yan2295 shared that while the game is as yet in advancement, it won’t be distributed at any point in the near future. He further noticed that he has no clue about when the game will be uncovered or delivered.
Apparently, the insider hinted that “GTA 6” might only be a few years out. Rumors alleging that the game has entered development were further fuelled by a new Rockstar Games work listing on Monster. The studio has announced that it is searching for an environmental artist to help the team create environments for the next generation.
The work post also stated that “creating and texturing environment assets for the biggest and best open-world environment in the industry.” are the tasks for the aforementioned position. The word next-generation indicates that it applies to the recently launched Xbox Series X and PS5. Meanwhile, it is fair to say the “best open-world” or “Red Dead Redemption” may be the “Grand Theft Auto.” games.
“Red Dead Redemption 2” was published in 2018 by Rockstar Games, while “GTA 5” was released in 2013, which may mean that the work post is for the latter. The work description does not, though, state anything explicitly about “GTA 6.” The role could be for another title or a new IP on which the studio works or expects to work.
Take-Two Interactive’s latest SEC filing, found by Venture Beat, may have pointed at the potential release date of ‘GTA 6.’ Based on the study, the parent company of Rockstar Games expects to spend a whopping $89 million on ads in 2023 or 2024. This could mean that, a decade after the release of ‘GTA 5,’ the study said, it is aiming to promote a big game such as ‘GTA 6.’
Nevertheless, the publication explained in a follow-up article that the budget is meant for the marketing responsibility of Take-Two Interactive to its contracts with third parties and does not represent the marketing budget for its studios including Rockstar Games.