GTA 6 New Release Date Rumors for PlayStation 5 And Xbox Two

GTA 6 New Release Date Rumors for PlayStation 5 And Xbox Two

The Grand Theft Auto 5 game was released back in 2013 for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. One year later, in the fall of 2014, the game arrived for Xbox One and PlayStation 4. If some new rumors prove to be right, the GTA 6 is already under development and when it will be finally released, it will be available for the upcoming generation consoles PlayStation 5 and Xbox Two.

Rockstar, the developer of GTA, doesn’t want to confirm yet anything about GTA 6, because the company doesn’t want to set false expectations and not to stick to its word and disappoint the fans. According to many game critics and analysis, when the GTA 6 game will be finally released, it will surely be available for the next-generation consoles, and also on the current-generation consoles, the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, as both of them have some pretty good specifications.

There are many rumors about the PlayStation 5 in the gaming community. According to Mobipicker, last year, Sony was hiring game developers for PlayStation 5. The job was listed as “Senior Game Programmer for R&D purposes related to the next-generation gaming system” and soon enough, the announcement was deleted from the website, which means that they’ve found what they were looking for.

By saying “next-generation gaming system”, it can only mean that Sony is already working on the PlayStation 5. Both the PlayStation 5 and Xbox two consoles are expected to come with some powerful features, which will be powered by AMD processors and will have virtual reality enabled.

At the same time, Robbie Bach, the former Xbox Chief Officer, has hinted that the Xbox Two is already in the works and it will be way different than the current Xbox One console.

GTA 6 game is expected to be released sometime between 2018 and 2020, and if rumors prove to be right, it will be one of the first games that will run on the next-generation consoles (PlayStation 5 and Xbox Two).

via neuogadgets

No comments:

Post a Comment