Although Grand Theft Auto V is almost eight years old, its online portion continues to be one of the most popular multiplayer games on the market. Although Rockstar haven’t officially announced the next installment in the franchise, GTA 6 rumors continue to swirl.
A ton of details for the upcoming next-gen upgrade for GTA V and Online has leaked and it claims that GTA Online will receive significant updates that tie into the GTA 6 marketing campaign.
Rockstar have revealed that the next-gen upgrade for GTA V and GTA Online will release on November 11. Although saying that it won’t be a “simple port,” the studio has kept its features under wraps. But, a recent leak has revealed details for the upcoming expanded and enhanced edition.
Most of the leaked data are to be expected, such as “improved vehicle physics,” and “traffic and pedestrian density increased,” but there were also some good surprises.
With the claim that the game will support VR, the most notable surprise is that GTA 6 would and could be revealed inside GTA Online. The leak claimed that GTA Online would be “receiving 4 large updates leading into the GTA 6 Marketing Campaign, which will take place over live events.”
Fortnite began the trend of hosting live events for players to take part in, and last year Black Ops Cold War was revealed inside of a Warzone Live Event. With the success of these events, live events could become an industry standard for any live-service games, so it’s possible for Rockstar to join in.
“This leak has been widely dismissed, with players stating that the leak sounds more like a wish list, saying it’s unlikely VR will come to GTA V, and the details are too vague to be credible.”
But like all leaks, there’s no way of proving their validity until details are confirmed by official channels.
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