GTA 6 reveal will help PS5 and Xbox Series X game rival Red Dead Redemption 2

 



The next Grand Theft Auto game could unleash a huge next-gen experience that easily surpasses Red Dead Redemption and GTA Online.


Rockstar Games has yet to announce its plans to launch GTA on PS, Xbox Series X and PC, but recent reports suggest that it s a project that has been in the works for years.


Red Dead Redemption was Rockstar s last major release, and having launched back in ; it set a new bar for graphics and open-world immersion.


While the story didn t impress everyone and the multiplayer has failed to catch on, the sheer beauty and complexity of its open-world won plaudits across the gaming community.


And with another few years to wait, the GTA release date is reportedly not arriving until at the earliest.


That means Rockstar Games will have had another five years free from building Red Dead Redemption to bring the next Grand Theft Auto game to life.


The parent company is among a number of big names that will be partnering with the digital games show this year.


A message from E adds: For E, as The Entertainment Software Association ESA officially unveils plans for a reimagined, all-virtual E that will engage video game fans everywhere.


With early commitments from Nintendo, Xbox, Capcom, Konami, Ubisoft, Take-Two Interactive, Warner Bros. Games, Koch Media, and more to come, E will take place June through June .


Developers will be showcasing their latest news and games directly to fans around the world. The ESA will be working with media partners globally to help amplify and make this content available to everyone for free.


Unfortunately for gamers, there is no guarantee Rockstar Games will be among the studios showcasing its latest work.


Take-Two owns a number of developers, and any one of them could be the focus of Take-Two s attention at E.


Take-Two Interactive will be hosting its Q Take-Two Interactive Earnings Conference Call next month.


This will be an event where CEO Strauss Zelnick and other higher-ups will be quizzed about what is coming next.


And while there is no chance of anything directly, GTA related being announced, that doesn t mean we won t learn anything.


Take-Two might want to indicate that the big project being announced this year and something like this could be covered.


Zelnick might also be asked about E and the company s plans for the event, meaning we could get more hints on whether Rockstar Games will be there.


The groundwork is being laid for GTA to become the biggest next-gen experience yet, with PS and Xbox Series X hoping to learn more sooner rather than later.

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