'GTA 6' release date, gameplay: development rumored to last at least 3 years, teleportation may be a feature


The Internet has been packed with so many discussions and rumors regarding “GTA 6” after the developers hooked both new and loyal players to “GTA V” since its release two years ago. However, fans of the game have been experiencing drought in information as the developers remain tight-lipped regarding the much-anticipated sequel game. At this point, rumors have been going around, but the only certain thing about “GTA 6” is its release date will come in 2018 at the earliest and can extend up to 2020.

In an interview with  Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick, he explained that titles such as “GTA” do not get an annual release. “On the one hand to rest the title and on the other hand to have the highest quality in the market, which takes time. You can’t do that annually,” he explained as reported by Express.

Nonetheless, he assured that “GTA” is considered a “permanent franchise as long as we keep delivering this incredible quality.” Even if the wait for “GTA 6” will still take at least three years, it is most likely that the developers are working hard to infuse intricate details, additions, and enhancements in the game in order to continue satisfy its players.

As of now, the two most dominant rumors regarding “GTA 6” are the possible female protagonist and the entire map of the United States infused in the game. In addition to these, Master Herald reports a new rumor pertaining to teleportation or the ability to transfer from one location to another without physical travel. The same report said that if this is true, it may address possible downtimes, especially if “GTA 6” will indeed feature the many U.S. states in the game.

GTA V” has been ranked as one of the top 10 best game releases of all time. It is available for the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PC. Once “GTA 6” hits the market, it is expected to be available only for the higher generation consoles and PCs because of the possible graphic enhancements.