GTA 6 is on track, according to Take-Two's CEO, and will set a benchmark for the entire series

GTA 6 is on track, according to Take-Two's CEO, and will set a benchmark for the entire series ...

When Rockstar Games claimed to be developing the next Grand Theft Auto, they weren't lying.

This week, CEO of Take-Two Interactive, which owns Rockstar, assured investors that the game is in development and will surpass previous installments in terms of performance.

During an earnings call, the company was open about the release date, although it might happen sooner than anticipated.

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Strauss Zelnick, the CEO of Take-Two, informed investors that Grand Theft Auto V sales were still high, and the game has sold-in almost 170 million units to date.

As the label has done with every one of their frontline releases, the Rockstar Games team is determined to once again scribble new ideas for the series, our industry, and everything else, according to the director. Now is the time for the development of the next Grand Theft Auto game.

The company, which supports Rockstars earlier this year, claims that the sequel will be in the works. The take-Two boss however did not provide much information regarding the game's date or its release date.

Take-Twos' announcement indicated nothing to support apparent leaks of the game that suggested GTA 6 would feature Vice City, a Miami-inspired setting, and the first playable female protagonist in the series.

According to Bloomberg reporter Json Schreier, the gme will hve two plyble chrcters, one of whom is Ltin womn, and be bsed on Bonnie nd Clyde.

Following a number of culturl chnges within the Rockstrs development tem, Schreier further sserted tht the gme is more sensitive thn erlier entries nd doesnt punch down.

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