GTA 6 open world to 'push limits of what's possible', promises Rockstar
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As if everyone’s not hyped already, Rockstar Games has gone and promised that GTA 6’s open world will “push limits of what’s possible”, and we’re all salivating again. Is anyone else starting to get worried this game is too good to be true?
In truth, it’s not surprising that GTA 6 is going to push the boat out, as we’ve already seen screenshots that show a massive open world map that puts a lot of epic RPGs to shame; Rockstar is all in on this being a success, and we’re here for it. That being said, we do worry we might not get a chance to ever complete the game if it’s as big as it looks.
If you haven't watched the GTA 6 trailer already, what have you been doing?!
In a statement that came shortly after the trailer, Rockstar’s Sam Houser said, “Grand Theft Auto 6 continues our efforts to push the limits of what's possible in highly immersive, story-driven open-world experiences,” before adding, “We're thrilled to be able to share this new vision with players everywhere.”
The vision we’re seeing is one of beauty, with the devs also promising that what we’ve seen in the trailer is how the game looks period. All in all, GTA 6 is going to be talked about for decades to come, and it isn’t even available to play yet! What a legacy to leave behind, as if the GTA legacy wasn’t already impressive enough.
However, as with all good things, some fans want to try and ruin the party, with some so-called “fans” complaining that the trailer is too woke, an accusation that’s used when someone wants to say something unsavoury and offensive about a perfectly normal thing.
While we ignore those foolish gamers, we want to say that we're here for everything GTA 6 is offering: the good, the bad, the ugly, the funny, and the downright unnerving. GTA 6 is going to go off with a bang, a limit-pushing bang that’ll quiet all the haters in an instant, by the sounds of things. Sadly, we won’t see that happen until 2025.