Mar 20, 2017 09:28 AM EDT
After the howling success of the "Grand Theft Auto 5," fans highly anticipate Rockstar's "Grand Theft Auto 6" gameplay. Although there aren't any official statement about the release date and game's setting of this title, that doesn't stop gamers, however, from speculating about the countless possibility of the game's features.
Rockstar's "Grand Theft Auto 6" gameplay will most likely follow the similar basic gaming system as its predecessors, having a first-person mode rather than its classic third-person mode. The "Grand Theft Auto" franchise has been featuring the usual play style in all of its installments since "GTA3."
There's unverified news that Rockstar's "Grand Theft Auto 6" gameplay will include new game's setting which previously mentioned in London. Some, however, claimed that the game's world will be set in San Andreas.
Rockstar will probably take advantage of the possibilities offered by the new-gen hardware, fulfilling fans' wishes for years to bring all the other cities in one game. Gaming enthusiasts expect an incredible new addition to Rockstar's "Grand Theft Auto 6" gameplay, allowing players to move to different cities in the game world. Although there might be a chance for that, there is no official confirmation about that news.
The only thing that remains the same in Rockstar's "Grand Theft Auto 6" gameplay is the same tried and tested formula of an open-world adventure genre, giving players the freedom to do whatever they want besides doing the story's mission. Another speculation that arises is that the Rockstar's newest title will have a playable female character, alongside new cars and protagonists.
MobiPicker reports that it is predicted that Actress Eva Mendes will become the voice actress of the first female protagonist and Ryan Gosling will be expected to put his voice talents to good use for the game. However, this is just another unconfirmed report of Rockstar's "Grand Theft Auto 6" gameplay.
According to TNHOnline, Rockstar's "Grand Theft Auto 6" gameplay will use the high-end technology, providing the fact that it will come on all major platforms, including PC. Xbox One and PlayStation 4 will see the graphically revved version while the Windows users will get an optimized version that could be much faster than its previous title.
With that being said, Nintendo Switch and last gen consoles aren't going to have this game because of Rockstar's "Grand Theft Auto 6" gameplay's big memory capacity size and the complexity involves. It is true that Rockstar has been doing its best to make its latest game series hit become another huge success.
Although some analysts believe that Rockstar's "Grand Theft Auto 6" gameplay will have no other changes, others still believe that the legal drama between former Rockstar big boss, Leslie Benzies and the company itself might cause major changes to future series of the highly anticipate game. Benzies and Rockstar found themselves in a legal battle over $150 million worth of supposedly unpaid royalties last year, providing reasons for the company to make necessary modifications to avoid similar lawsuits in the future, as reported by N4BB.
It is believed that the Rockstar's new title won't be released until 2018 or 2019. Since there is no official statement about Rockstar's "Grand Theft Auto 6" gameplay as well as its exact release date so far, it is good that any information is taken with a pinch of salt.
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