Rockstar shelves GTA 4 and RDR remasters as it plans to focus on GTA 6

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Amid the news of GTA 6 and its release, a leak has revealed that Rockstar is working on potential remasters of past GTA 4 and Red Dead Redemption games. However, according to a new report from KotakuRockstar could have paused remasters of both games to focus solely on the highly anticipated GTA 6. Also Read – GTA 6 Will Bring Back Vice City and Liberty City, Launch Slated for 2024

Hope for GTA 6?

Rockstar reportedly shelved remasters of GTA 4 and Red Dead Redemption. The move could come after the GTA Trilogy failed to live up to fan expectations. Although nothing is confirmed yet. Anyway, even though the remasters are on hiatus, they are in no way cancelled. Also Read – GTA 5 Next-Gen Version For PS5, Xbox Series X India Pricing Revealed: Check Details

As Rockstar pushes back on remastering plans, the company is reportedly focusing more on its upcoming GTA 6. Now, this could be a great move for GTA fanatics as Rockstar has to work a lot on the successor to GTA 5, given that the game already has a lot and a successor must meet all the expectations of the fans. Also Read – GTA 5 Sells With A Bargain For Xbox Owners: Check Out The Latest Deal

GTA 6 was recently confirmed by Rockstar and it’s been working on it as we play GTA 5 even after its 9+ years of release. For now, nothing is confirmed about the game, but several rumors have revealed many details that we can fantasize about.

What to expect from GTA 6?

First, the game’s story should take place in Brazil. The story will revolve around twin siblings who get separated from their parents and get killed by a cartel in 2003. And in 2023 or 2024, the two siblings meet but now they are on the opposite side.

The brother works as a DOA agent, which is likely a parody or reference to the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA). The sister now works for the cartel that killed their parents.

On top of that, the game would bring more maps including the nostalgic ones, Liberty City in GTA Online and Vice City in the story mode. Carcer City and other maps are also rumored to be in the game.

As for the release date, there is no official release date for the unveiling of the game. However, tipsters have suggested a 2024 or 2025 release schedule.

While all of these leaks sound great, take them with a grain of salt, as they haven’t been confirmed by Rockstar yet.






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