Could GTA 6 Be a Spin-off: What We Should Expect

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Many rumors are surrounding GTA 6, and recent revelations about the GTA franchise’s publisher has caused some fans to wonder if the next sequel will be some sort of spin-off title in the series. 

Grand Theft Auto is a franchise that hasn’t been afraid at all to experiment with side stories in the past, with the appropriately-titled GTA: Liberty City Stories and GTA: Vice City Stories being the perfect examples. However, these games aren’t the only time Rockstar Games has explored new territories. Here are the latest details.

GTA 6 Might Arrive as the Perfect Spin-off

Both Grand Theft Auto: London 1961 and Grand Theft Auto: London 1969 are considered spin-off GTA titles. While there were based on the same gameplay systems and mechanics as the initial Grand Theft Auto, they came with a separate story in another location, one which the GTA franchise has not returned to since. However, the speculations surround GTA 6, and its possible spin-off possibilities are a little more daring. 

It was recently unveiled that Rockstar Games is in the middle of making a “groundbreaking” new game, and although the information about the game’s name is scarce, fans have begun wondering if this could be the long-awaited GTA 6. We know that Rockstar’s upcoming game will be an open-world VR title, something which the developers haven’t experimented with since the launch of L.A. Noire: The VR Case Files. While such a thing isn’t something that has been featured in the GTA series before, it could be implemented in intriguing ways. 

GTA 6 Could Arrive as an Open-world VR Game

Rockstar Games, known for its third-person action gameplay, brought a first-person perspective to both GTA 5 and Red Dead Redemption 2. While somewhat shocking at first, players quickly realized that the amount of detail that the developers introduced to their open-world was much easier to appreciate with this more closer camera. 

If the developers could include the amount of object interactivity found in groundbreaking VR games such as Half-Life: Alyx, GTA 6 could feel more immersive than anything Rockstar has developed before. 

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