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Rockstar Games are seemingly working on a mysterious game that's not GTA 6

Rockstar Games are seemingly working on a mysterious game that's not GTA 6

Rockstar Games is seemingly working on a mysterious title that's not GTA VI, according to an apparent leak.

Just when you thought Rockstar Games has its focus purely on the development of GTA VI, it seems the studio might have another pie in the oven.

We’ve known for over a year that Rockstar Games is working on Grand Theft Auto VI. Other than those infamous gameplay leaks and rumoured details related to its story, we know very little about the game. Well, at least officially anyway. Regardless, we can guarantee that all hands are on deck to ensure that GTA VI is the best instalment in the iconic series yet, which is why it's a little surprising that another Rockstar Games release could be on the way.

This Vice City mod could give us an idea of what GTA VI looks like.

As reported by GGRecon, the mysterious video game in question is a VR game, not related to GTA VI. Reddit user KekanKok 2 spotted an interesting detail on the resume of voice actor Michael Ursu.

The actor’s resume included a role for an upcoming game listed as “Undisclosed Rockstar Game” before it was swiftly deleted. However, with the internet being the internet, evidence of the mysterious game was captured with a screenshot. Furthermore, the resume also mentioned that he is also voicing characters in Silent Hill: Ascension as well as an untitled Borderlands game.

At this time, we can only speculate what the VR game from Rockstar will be. Previously, it has released L.A. Noire: The VR Case Files and GTA: San Andreas is on the way to Meta Quest. So perhaps the likelihood could be, that the upcoming game might be GTA: Vice City or Bully. That’s assuming that it’s not a new IP.

In other related Grand Theft Auto news, another voice actor has seemingly confirmed his role in GTA VI, and some fans are genuinely worried that they might die before the game is even released. Yes, really.

It’s rumoured that GTA VI will be released sometime between 2024 to 2025 for PC, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S.

Featured Image Credit: Rockstar Games

Topics: Rockstar Games, Grand Theft Auto, VR