GTA 6: Rockstar games 'seeks perfection', says publisher
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Grand Theft Auto VI is on the way, and while the majority of its details remain a mystery, with no trailer or release date in sight, Rockstar Games publisher Take-Two Interactive has assured fans that it’ll be “perfection”
Rockstar has made a name for itself by pushing the boundary of what makes an open-world game, continuously improving on previous entries in both the Grand Theft Auto and Red Dead Redemption series. The development team has been responsible for some of the most impressive attention to detail ever featured in a game world, and it doesn’t seem like that’s going to change with GTA VI.
In a recent interview, Strauss Zelnick, CEO of Take-Two Interactive, who is responsible for publishing Rockstar’s games, gave an insight into the work ethic of the team, and what fans could expect from the upcoming release.
Strauss Zelnick stated: "I think that's a challenge that the folks that Rockstar face every time there's a new iteration of Grand Theft Auto. It needs to be something you've never seen before on the one hand, and it needs to reflect the feeling that we have about Grand Theft Auto. That's a big challenge for the team.
"Now, Rockstar's answer is just seek perfection; seek nothing short of perfection, and we'll get there."
If Rockstar can build off the already perfect world design of Red Dead Redemption 2, we’re all in for a treat. Combine that with the rumoured size of the world, which will supposedly include several major cities, and GTA VI is looking to be one of the greatest games of all time.
Fans are still scouring a variety of sources for the smallest crumbs of information regarding the next instalment in the Grand Theft Auto series, and while official details are few and far between, there are plenty of clues to analyse that may give an indication of when we can expect the game to drop, and what else it might have in store for us all.
Hopefully, an official announcement of some kind is on the horizon, with a good chance of one taking place over the summer when the majority of studios offer updates on upcoming games and projects. When Rockstar Games officially unveil a first look at GTA VI, it’s almost guaranteed that it’ll break the internet for a while.