GTA 6 is believed to be in the works as reports suggest that Rockstar Games has started working on the most awaited sequel. Although this appears to be great news for the players, there are speculations that the current development may affect the resources of the developer which may later result in lesser DLCs for GTA 5 Online.
GTA 6 May Come With First-Person Mode, Female Protagonist
GTA 6 is reported to be underway with reports claiming that Rockstar Games studio has even divided its teams into four. However, the team division is expected to result in fewer DLCs for the game's online mode.
Rumors also claim that GTA 6 may bring new gameplay features like the availability of a first-person mode. In addition, the new sequel is also believed to come with a female protagonist to ease out some complaints regarding the depiction of women.
GTA 6 updates also indicate that the game will likely have a San Andreas as setting, including the possibility of heading to cities from the past games. Rockstar North head Leslie Benzies revealed that it has been the studio's plan to allow the players to move from one place to another.
GTA Online Updates Are Expected To Slow Down In 2017
According to GTA 5 tipster Yan2295, online updates are likely to slow down this year and may stop when Red Dead Redemption 2 releases. The tipster also noted that the Import-Export update felt different, which could suggest as the best way to stop the GTA Online updates given that some previous reports indicate that the Import - Export update was supposed to be the final GTA Online update.