Sudan shares serious prediction on when GTA 6 will free


Michael "Groud" Grzesiek shared his predictions about when fans can expect Grand Theft Auto VI, comparing it to an ambitious Kickstarter project.

Fans were eagerly waiting for the next edition of the series Grand Theft Auto for many years and believe that it will come in the next two years.

Shroud was reminded of his anticipation after navigating through a Kickstarter project called RAW, an open world MMORP similar to the popular RP GTA that he considered to be very ambitious. Despite this, he thinks Rockstar could potentially take a chance on a game like this.

"They could try," he said. "You have to make some sacrifices when you're making a game like that.Let's say that Rockstar tried to do that, they would like to do it in the form of intense graphics that it is not possible.Now if you do it looks like Roblox , surely you can do anything. "

The Shroud argues that a game like RAW is not currently possible, or would already exist, but it does not look like Rockstar is taking on the responsibility of doing so, since they are certainly working hard on GTA 6.

The Shroud believes we are still a bit far from receiving the next installment of the franchise.

"We probably will not see another GTA for another two years or so, at least," he explained.

He mentions that Rockstar also created Red Dead Redemption 2, which may have led to some delays in the next GTA.

The Shroud also seems to believe in such a timeline, predicting we'll see a new Rockstar game in the next two or three years.

At the moment of writing, it is impossible to speculate whether Rockstar intends to produce a more RPG-centric game for GTA 6 – with the GTA RP boom at Twitch in 2019 – but if they do, doubting developers will be able to expectations for this type of experience at this time.

Fans of the GTA and, more generally, of RPG games, will be eagerly awaiting the launch of PlayStation 5 and Xbox Scarlett in the future to see if such an immersive project could be implemented on all platforms soon.


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