'GTA 6' Release Date, News & Update: Developers To Focus More On GTA V For Now

Running in the background, with all the current ruckus of modern upgraded consoles and new 4K games, sits 'Grand Theft Auto V' (GTA V) and is still on hype. This year, not much has been said about its much-awaited sequel, 'Grand Theft Auto 6' (GTA6) aside for some rumors you can generally get here and there. It has been reported that Rockstar Games, GTA V creator, made sure that fans, for now, will focus on GTA V and did not unveil details about what was of more interest for all, GTA 6.

Eager fans were excited to learn about GTA 6 on E3 2016 but they got home with more questions than answers with regards to their highly-anticipated game. Not even a single topic or hint was given away, GameGuide.com reports.

This isn't a full sad article, just because Rockstar didn't say anything about GTA during E3 2016, doesn't imply that they do not have plans in giving away important announcements for GTA 6 next year. It is speculated that since this year's E3 focused on GTA V and its current players, GTA 6 would be the main topic during E3 2016, well, fingers crossed.

GTA V was launched Sept. 17, 2013 for the previous generation consoles, got remastered for the current gen, even received a controversial lawsuit filed by Lindsay Lohan which got dismissed weeks ago - read all about it here.  Days before its 3rd year, the game has been running on steady current waters, with income coming in and out but no big issues so far. These may have been part of the reasons why Rockstar Games need to focus more on GTA V this year rather than leaping to a new venture on its sequel.

GTA 6, on the other hand, is rumored to release by 2018, other sources say 2020. Despite the lack of accurate news and updates, fans are still pretty excited about it. Do you have any juicy rumors for GTA 6? Hit us with the comment section below. In the meantime, here's the trailer for GTA V's remaster.

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