After the latest rumors about GTA VI in recent days, a reliable insider seems to have confirmed the rumors in particular on the release and setting.
It is certainly one of the most anticipated games of the next few years. There is still little concrete information in our possession, but certainly the curiosity of fans is great. Especially after the great success of GTA V, which we remember being continued for 3 generations of consoles.
Regarding his successor, a few days ago we talked about as the well-known insider Tom Henderson reported where the future Rockstar Games game could be set. According to rumors, the new chapter of Grand Theft Autowill take place in a modern and revisited Vice City, already present in the homonymous game released in 2002 for Xbox, Playstation 2 and PC.
The rumor that attracted further attention from fans it concerns a possible launch window which runs between 2024 and 2025. Such a distant date was immediately questioned by the players, however the well-known journalist of BloombergJason Schreier intervened on social media clarifying the situation regarding these rumors and confirming the information disclosed by Tom Henderson.
Idk why everyone thinks that I said GTA VI was coming in 2023. Everything Tom Henderson has said about the game matches up with what I’ve heard
– Jason Schreier (@jasonschreier) July 4, 2021
I don’t know why everyone thinks I said GTA VI will arrive in 2023. Everything Tom Henderson said about the game coincides with what I’ve heard.
At this point Schreier not only confirmed Henderson’s previous rumors, but also dispelled any doubts about the game’s still distant release. Most likely a factor that delayed the release of even more GTA VI and the pandemic, which would justify the launch window between 2024 and 2025 desired by the rumors.
This is a very distant date, but fans will be able to enjoy a new version of GTA V that Rockstar will bring to Playstation 5 and Xbox Series X this November 11, 2021.
Speaking of Sony, this is the case these days with inadequate support for indie titles on PlayStation 5 and the discontent experienced by small businesses and developers. Jason Shreier himself unearthed this scenario in an article published in Bloomberg, which we told you about here.