During Take-Two Interactive’s most up-to-date earnings name with buyers, CEO and Chairman Straus Zelnick briefly talked about the following Grand Theft Auto installment, GTA 6.

Take-Two revealed its monetary outcomes for the primary quarter of FY2023 yesterday, revealing that the newest GTA entry, GTA V, has sold-in almost 170 million items throughout platforms since its world launch in 2013 – fairly the achievement for certain.

Being almost a decade outdated, GTA V deserves a correct sequel for the current-gen platforms, and whereas we all know that Rockstar has began improvement on the game, we haven’t seen something remotely official from the sequel. How is improvement coming alongside, when will it launch, and what’s Rockstar aiming for with the title? Unfortunately, a launch body nonetheless hasn’t been shared, however Take-Two’s CEO has now supplied an update on the game’s improvement, which is claimed to be properly underway at this level.

“With development of the next entry in the Grand Theft Auto series well underway, the Rockstar CEO revealed. “The Rockstar Games team is determined to once again set creative benchmarks for the series, our industry, and for all entertainment, just as the label has done with every one of their frontline releases.”

We’re probably not certain what this implies for the game’s deliberate launch body, nevertheless it’s good to be taught that improvement on the title is in full swing. Recent rumors counsel that GTA 6 will final 500 hours, and can take gamers everywhere in the world.

“The reason is, my understanding is, it is a mash-up of Vice City, San Andreas, Liberty City (so GTA III), and Europe, London for sure”, analyst Michael Pachter stated earlier this 12 months. “You’re going to be able to go anywhere on those continents and you’re going to have missions that take you all those places.”

He added, “It’ll probably be literally a four or five hundred-hour game by the time they get it out. That’s what they are doing now, that’s what they’ve turned GTA VI into. I get it because they’re like, we’re gonna charge you 60 bucks, and then we’re going to give you an online experience and you’re going to have to carry drugs from London to LA, you’re going to have to go through the port in Miami. They’re going to do all this really cool stuff.”