Trevor Philips Voice Actor Teases GTA 6

GTA  V remains one of the most popular plays in the world buy many players are looking forward to the release of a new entry in the universally-acclaimed franchise.

A quick search on the internet will reveal many rumors that surround the title, with many of them focusing the story and possible release date. Read below to learn more about the latest rumors.

Leaker confirms the setting of the game

A reputable lealer which styles himself as a former Rockstar games employee has released new information about the game. According to the leaker, Take-Two Interactive sent formal letters to store owners in Florida, asking them to allow location scouts to enter the premises and look at the interiors. The letter mentions that the data collected through these visits will be used for research and the company will not include a digital version of the store in a game.

Interest for Florida-based locations reinforces several rumors which suggest the GTA VI could focus on Vice City, one of the most popular locations in the series. The location hasn’t been featured in a game made by Rockstar since GTA: Vice City was released.

Steven Ogg teases GTA 6

Many GTA V players will remember Trevor Philips, one of the three protagonists, who is voiced by Steven Ogg. The popular actor was approached by reports while he attended a video games conference in Brazil, and one of questions was related to GTA 6.

At this point, the development timeline remains a mystery for now, with some sources that it work may have started in 2018 after Rockstar released Red Dead Redemption 2, which was a hit among players and critics. Steven Ogg stated that the game would be released, but games as complex as GTA require a long development cycle, at least 7 or 8 years.

Until Rockstar releases an official announcement we can only hope that the game will be great.

Austin Barrie

Austin Barrie

Austin Barrie is still early into his career as tech reporter but has already published most of his work in a few books, he obviously talks about them in some of his pieces here.

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