Grand Theft Auto V served fans well. Rockstar games knew this and that was the reason they made sure it became available across board. It made its début on the 16th of September 2013 on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 but they didn’t stop there. On the 18th of November 2014, it was available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Windows PC got it last on 14th of April 2015. When it was rumored that Rockstar games are planning Grand Theft Auto VI, all that seemed to change.
Brief Bio Of GTA V
It took about four years to develop and gulped another two years to make it available across all board. It has two modes, single and multiplayer. Single player mode takes the form of its predecessors but the multiplayer is less to be desired.
The multiplayer mode has been overrun by cheats and hackers. Rockstar has left them unchecked on the PC server and they are ruining everything. The complains from players of GTA V have spilled into the review but Rockstar seems to have a deaf ear to that.
GTA VI: News And Rumors
With the success of GTA V, fans are already pre-empting Rockstar for a follow up. Rumors came that the game may be released with PlayStation 5 and XBOX 2 somewhere around 2018 – 2020. Through this, Rockstar has remained mute.
Whereas, GTA V is not a total wrap. There are still bugs to be fixed and yet, no DLC for it. Even though there are indications that GTA VI might be in its planning stage, it is unlikely that we will hear anything from GTA VI without Rockstar first cleaning up GTA V.
Rockstar has been excellent in single player game. There is also a strong indication of moving from one protagonist (with the addition of a female character). However, the multiplayer game needs serious work. The anti-cheat software has to be taken serious if they hope to attract more players.
They could employ a community based solution which worked for games such as mine-craft. Till then, we eagerly await DLCs for GTA V.