Grand Theft Auto 6- Most anticipated game of the 20’s decade?

Grand Theft Auto VI is one of the most highly anticipated games of the 2020’s decade and its a title that people are expecting to appear on the PlayStation 5 and the Xbox Series X sometime between ’25-’26. The latest installment within the Grand Theft Auto series came out back in ’13 and since then GTA V has managed to become one of the most successful games of all-time. Since ’13 GTA V has managed to earn at least $6 billion in terms of revenue and has managed to reach around 160 million copies in worldwide sales becoming RockStar Games most successful title of all-time. At one point many people were under the impression that RockStar Games was going to call it quits with the GTA series and end the series at Grand Theft Auto V because it seems impossible that the company would be able to surpass it as it related to commercial success. However, a game as successful as Grand Theft Auto V is sequel worthy and has been confirmed to be in development even though the official release date is still in question. GTA 6 might end up becoming the most anticipated video games since Cyberpunk 2077 which was released in 2020. However, there are little to no details about the upcoming action-adventure game as it relates to the story, characters or setting in relation to the game. According to recent reports it has been leaked that the main protagonist from GTA 4 Nilo Belic could possibly make a return in Grand Theft Auto 6 as he would play a major role in the game’s story; but at the moment this is just speculation as RockStar Games has yet to make any official announcements about it. Hopefully, we get more details about GTA 6 sometime before the end of 2022.

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