GTA 5 inaccessible location is absolutely packed with detail
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Grand Theft Auto V boasts a pretty impressive open world, but fans are still hoping for a vast improvement when it comes to the highly anticipated Grand Theft Auto VI.
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While we have seen some leaked gameplay, it’s only given us a tiny glimpse of what the world will actually look like, with its true size and scale remaining a mystery. That being said, many are hoping there’ll be more building interiors to explore, something that was heavily criticised when Grand Theft Auto V was released.
GTA V is still one of the biggest releases of all time, with over 180 million copies sold since 2013 across Xbox, PlayStation and PC platforms. While it was heavily praised by fans and critics, one complaint was how few buildings could be entered.
For comparison, Grand Theft Auto IV had a number of locations the player could find their way into, in both story missions and free-roam gameplay. Hospitals, fast-food restaurants, and even the Statue Of Liberty could all be entered amongst other locations, but GTA V’s exploration was more focused on the open terrain.
Many criticised this, and have frequently drawn attention to story mission locations that can’t be accessed in free roam, like one of the medical centres in the middle of Los Santos, which the player drives through during one of Trevor’s missions. Despite only being in the hospital for seconds, as reported by Sportskeeda, it’s packed full of detail, leaving many to wonder why it couldn’t be revisited later. Take a look below.
For players that value the immersion of Rockstar’s worlds, GTA V was a bit of a slap to the face and many are hoping GTA VI does things differently and features a world that actually feels like it’s lived in, rather than just a backdrop.
GTA VI is expected to release sometime in 2024 or 2025 for Xbox Series X/S, PS5 and PC, though this is currently unconfirmed.