Rockstar Games halted Red Dead Redemption, GTA IV Remasters Update, As Complete Focus in on GTA 6: Since GTA 5 was released almost ten years ago, Rockstar, the game’s creator, may be starting to feel the pressure. The developer claimed that it recognises “more than ever the need to meet gamers’ expectations and for [GTA 6] to be the best it can be” after admitting this week that it is basically leaving Red Dead Online. Due to the issues with Grand Theft Auto Trilogy from last year, development for Grand Theft Auto 6 likely receives additional funding, according to a report.
Rockstar Games explained why it won’t be making any new significant content upgrades for the online western game in a recent update for GTA Online and Red Dead Online. The simple solution is that Rockstar is aware of the necessity to give Grand Theft Auto 6 more attention. The developer acknowledged that the next Grand Theft Auto has been in development for at least the “past several years” and started allocating more development resources to the project as it gained momentum. According to Rockstar, it is aware of the demands placed on the game and is doing everything in its power to live up to them.
Rockstar originally mentioned GTA 6 in February when the company acknowledged that it was in production. GTA 5, which was published in 2013 and has now sold more than 155 million copies, has been a huge hit for Rockstar. Grand Theft Auto Online, a multiplayer version of the game, was also created, and the two have brought in billions of dollars together. In a community update for its two online games, Red Dead Redemption Online and GTA Online, Rockstar reaffirmed its support for the upcoming Grand Theft Auto game on Thursday.
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