With GTA 5 being seven-years-old, which is the latest installment of the insanely popular Grand Theft Auto series, a sequel has been long demanded and awaited by the fans. GTA 6 has a tremendously difficult mission of making the fans forget about GTA 5. While there’s no word from Rockstar about when GTA 6 will be released, the chances are big that we won’t see the game running for consoles or PCs this year.
You just cannot be a Grand Theft Auto fan and not be excited and eager to find out when will GTA 6 land on the gaming market. But the truth is that not only GTA fans are thrilled with the coming of GTA 6.
Take-Two Interactive receives an “Overweight” Ratings From Wells Fargo
Analysts started to take note of Take-Two Interactive, which is the parent company of Rockstar Games which also has plenty of development teams. Wells Fargo analyst Brian Fitzgerald is watching the stock price for Take-Two. The guy is providing us some reasons why the arrival of GTA 6 will be a major event, and he also shows excitement for it:
“At $7B lifetime sales & counting, (‘Grand Theft Auto V’), released in 2013, is the top selling video game of all time, and potentially the most lucrative media product ever created,”
“We think a successful release of GTA VI would raise the steady state level of net bookings at TTWO by 33-50%, with significant OpEx leverage boosting operating income through the $600MM ceiling.”
While GTA 5’s location has been a remade version of Los Santos from GTA San Andreas, GTA 6 is also expected to do something similar. Most hints are pointing towards the hypothesis that the future game will have Vice City as the location for the gameplay. GTA Vice City was another major hit for the open-world gaming, although it was released almost two decades ago. Therefore, setting Vice City (fictional Miami) as the location for GTA 6 would be a great move from the developers.