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GTA 6 release date: Bad news for Grand Theft Auto fans after next-gen price announcement

It seems as though the GTA 6 won’t release anytime soon on PS4 and Xbox One.

There’s even a good reason to believe that the next Grand Theft Auto will cost more than current-gen games. The rumors surrounding GTA 6 will continue for a while with GTA V announcing for PS5. It is confirmed that GTA V is releasing again, but this series’ fanatics are hopeful that Rockstar will announce GTA 6 soon. After such a long time, we heard that the GTA 6 story has been finished. However, we still do not have any news on a confirmed release date.

A quick glance at the game for those who are not gamers:

Grand Theft Auto (GTA) is a series of action-adventure games, created by David Jones and Mike Dailly. The game was developed by a British development house Rockstar North (formerly DMA Design), and published by its main company, Rockstar Games. GTA got its name from the term “motor vehicle theft” which is used in the United States.

An overview of the game-play:

It focuses on an open world where players can choose missions to progress an overall story. Alongside they can engage in activities, consisting of action plus adventure, driving, third-person shooting, carjacking, stealth and racing elements. The series focuses on several protagonists who try to rise through the ranks of the criminal underworld, although their motives for doing so different in each game.

GTA 6 to be or not to be released soon? Gamers eagerly wait for an update!

When will GTA 6 launch?

In simple terms, star introduced GTA 6 the day after Red Dead Redemption 2 released (i.e., on October 26, 2018). Based totally on historic delays among console GTA bulletins and launch, we’re looking at say 22 months which is by August 2020.

However, a YouTube video mentioned about how GTA 6 is NOT COMING until 2023. Talk about a bummer!

Another source also said the same thing, thus signaling a delay in the launch.