Take-Two's continued financial success, largely fueled by the enduring popularity of GTA Online and multiple re-releases of GTA V, might leave some wondering if there's a need for a new installment. Microtransactions within the game also continue to flourish.
Despite this, it seems Take-Two is actively working on the highly anticipated GTA VI. Recent leaks of images and videos have been circulating online for a while, confirming the project's existence. Intriguingly, there's fresh information to add to the excitement.
Rockstar, a subsidiary of Take-Two, has upgraded the game engine used in Red Dead Redemption 2 to its ninth iteration. This upgrade promises enhancements across multiple facets of gameplay and performance. This improvement hints at the remarkable potential of GTA VI, as it is expected to run on this refined engine.
Fans are eager to discover the latest developments in the GTA universe, and this exciting news amplifies the anticipation. While Take-Two continues to thrive with their current offerings, the forthcoming GTA VI promises to be a significant leap forward in the gaming world.
These are some of the most significant innovations that should improve gameplay: 1. Better display of textures, lighting, and vegetation.
2. Redesigned AI of NPCs and police, which will be much closer to real behavior.
3. Completely new physics related to water surfaces and their behavior in real time (surfing will be an important part of the game).
The vehicles will be assembled from many more polygons, which gives the possibility of implementing a better model of damage to the vehicle and the parts themselves.
5. Lighting will be simulated in real time, which is especially important in the night view of the game.
Change of weather (un)opportunities in real time. The changes will affect the gameplay and the environment in which the player is located, and there will also be storms and wind that will greatly affect the behavior of the vegetation. There will also be waves on the beaches, rain that will change the way you drive at higher speeds.