We start 2021 the same way we closed 2020, with no official announcements related to the one expected, GTA VI. Rockstar is very comfortable with GTA Online and is working on the port of GTA V for Xbox Series X / S and PlayStation 5 which will arrive this year.
For months now, rumors have not stopped growing around the new game in the series, but as they say in the top lines, for the moment nothing officially, so all that we can share now is based on different leaks. , rumors and some patents like the one recently filed by the company.
Will we see m any constantly evolving cities in GTA VI?
It must be remembered that Take-Two not only has the GTA saga in its hands, it also has open world franchises such as Red Dead Redemption and other titles that have not had a sequel for a long time, such as the Midnight saga. So for dates this patent could be used for future games of the company and among them could also be GTA VI.
On October 29, Take Two filed this patent in which we can see different diagrams that are separated into different parts of the map, neighborhoods and towns. Also in this document we are talking about a more advanced AI that would be executed from a non-local server, which would lead us to a type of game seen in GTA Online.
At the moment, all of these clues lead us to think that how the next Rockstar game might not be otherwise would have advancements of what’s expected in a next-gen game. As GTA VI arrives, from Xbox Generation we would love to see a Grand Theft Auto IV remaster, do you like the idea?
Take Two Interactive has filed a new patent for virtual environments:https://t.co/5fOtWUiL52
Yes. This is related to Rockstar Games.
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