Grand Theft Auto VI is one of the most highly anticipated games of the moment. The title will be an extension on the events of Grand Theft Auto V, is of a high probability that it is being worked upon. Rockstar games released Red Dead Redemption 2 later last year. So, since then we can imagine the development of the next game might be affected.
But when can we expect the game to launch? Despite gathering a lot of talk about the game that it is being released on PS5 and Xbox Scarlett sooner or later. Looking at the previous pattern of release dated it looks like it may take a little time to release.
Famous Grand Theft Auto data-miner named Tex2 had some interesting observations to wind us up to something special.
The data-miner quoted that “It has been 5 years since the release of Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto is still receiving updates”.
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Rockstar games at the point of release stated that Grand Theft Auto support was supposed to end on December 13, 2016. Thanks to the loads of money the game was making the production of DLC never stopped.
— GTA 6 (@GTA6GrandTheft) March 29, 2016
Then exactly after a year, we started getting the Doomsday event to arrive in the game, again this was expected for a while as being the DLC pack. Come forward after 18 months of passage. We are here and expecting to see Casino DLC to be added as part of the game.
Reasons for Grand Theft Auto VI latency:
But the good part for the Rockstar games is that these updates are constantly making profits. Also, the bad news surrounding this is that it could delay the arrival of Grand Theft Auto VI.
It’s a stark contrast between EA and Bioware games. They barely support a game that’s under 6 months old. But then again Grand Theft Auto V is making an unprecedented amount of money.
The result is that even if the release date is 2020 and beyond. This is all rampant speculation. Regarding the game but it is happy to see Rockstar games constantly supporting a game which is now almost 6 years old.
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