Leslie Benzies has provided some details in regards the future plans regarding “Grand Theft Auto” series, including “GTA 6.” According to a report by Xbox 360 Achievements on Oct. 3, the president of Rockstar North revealed that the studio has “about 45 years worth of ideas” for the future of the open-world action-adventure franchise.
Leslie Benzies briefly talked about “GTA 6,” admitting that they currently do not know what the sequel will be about. However, he did hint that they have “some ideas” for developing the potential product.
Rockstar North is currently focusing on “Grand Theft Auto Online,” which formally launched on Oct. 1. The development team did not rest between completing the development of “GTA 5” and its multiplayer mode. Leslie Benzies also teased that DLC is currently being planned for the open-world action-adventure video game. You can find some screenshots of the recently-released video game in the slideshow near the top of this article and the comments from the Rockstar North president below (courtesy of Xbox 360 Achievements):
We’ve got about 45 years worth of ideas we want to do. We don’t know what GTA VI will be, but we’ve got some ideas. GTA Online is the focus right now. There ain’t no rest between finishing V and then Online. Plus we have some other things - stuff, DLC, I don’t know how to describe it exactly - that we’d like to do, and we’ll pick the right ones.
Rockstar North is currently busy trying to resolve the connection and other issues with “Grand Theft Auto Online” in “GTA 5.” The development team is also planning to update the multiplayer mode of the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 video game with new contents such as a mission creation mode and cooperative heist missions.