I hope they release the pc version simultaneously. My Mito Laser board is ready.
when it comes to open world games, im more interested in Cyberpunk 2077.
Minor correction but GTA IV and V are part of the same canon (HD era, whereas the PS2/PSP games - excluding Chinatown Wars - are the 3D era). But yes we have yet to see a new rendition of Vice City.Been waiting for the VI(CE) announcement with baited breath since, well, V. It's only logical.
GTA 1: Liberty, Vice, SA as maps.
GTA PS2 trilogy: Liberty, Vice, SA as games.
GTA IV: Liberty.
GTA V: SA.
GTA VI: ???
If the stuff about the extended VC stories mechanics is true it's even better. This thing is going to be insane. I'd still prefer Bully 2 personally but I can only imagine what's gonna happen when they apply the RDR2 formula to GTA.
also they need to get big name VA. Ray Liotta, Dennis Hopper, Burt Reynolds, they need to get back to that level again. these games want to be movies, let them be.
- You can only have weapons on your person. No arsenal in your back pocket. Think RDR2 and Max Payne 3.
- Your personal vehicle (similar to GTA5 but can now change it) will be like your horse saddle in RDR2. All your equipment is stored in the trunk. Similar to LA Noire. You also store your body armour in the car. If you wear it, it appears, no longer just an invisible thing lol.
I doubt they will ever do a modern day GTA again, due to outrage culture and politics (I think Rockstar mentioned this in an interview last year).
Which is fine to me. Bring on the 70's and 80's.
- You play as an up and coming drug lord-wannabe named "Ricardo".
Assuming the rumor is even true, it's likely just a coincidence. The 3D era games are separate from the HD era games and it's likely that will continue to be the case going forward with GTA VI.Could we maybe be playing a younger version of Ricardo Diaz? The drug lord from Vice City who owned the giant mansion on Starfish Island. That could be interesting considering the events in Vice City.
If the rumors are true, I don't think the game will sell as well as GTA5. A lot of people like GTA5 because it's based in Los Angeles and happens in the current time. Guess one could say that GTA becomes a victim of its own success. It will sell like crazy, but not GTA5 crazy.
Indeed. But on the other hand, why would anyone spend so much time and take that much effort just to fool some people that they doesn't even know?