• “GTA 6” is Rockstar Games' rumored sequel to GTA 5 that will likely be released for Xbox One, PS4, and PC.

“GTA 6” is Rockstar Games' rumored sequel to GTA 5 that will likely be released for Xbox One, PS4, and PC. (Photo : YouTube/Gtchy1230)

The latest details for " Grand Theft Auto 6" will feature VR gameplay, Vice City and North Yankton being hinted as the main setting for the sequel.

Several rumors are making rounds regarding the development of "Grand Theft Auto 6" will likely be pushed back on a 2020 release due to a new game feature. Although "Grand Theft Auto 6" has already been confirmed, Rockstar Games noted that they are giving their full attention to "Grand Theft Auto 5" and they want the fans to do the same as well.

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It turns out the multi-million budget for the much-awaited game may be too much for the video game developer to handle. It is speculated that Rockstar Games will plan to have virtual reality gameplay features for "GTA 6", which will likely mean increased budget for its development, GameNGuide reported.

In other news, a possible setting for "Grand Theft Auto 6" has been teased in a "GTA 5" Easter egg as the next sequel will likely take place in Vice City.

Many gamers speculated that "GTA 6" will be set in Vice City because of a clue found on Vespucci Beach. The Easter egg was found on a towel that read “I Love VC,” which many have taken to be code for Vice City. Vice City was heavily featured in "Grand Theft Auto: Vice City" in the PlayStation 2, Xbox and PC platforms.

However, other eagled eye players also hint another city that could be used in "Grand Theft Auto 6" as Plane tickets were found on Michael’s table that had North Yankton as a destination. North Yankton was featured in "GTA 5" during the game's prologue as "GTA's" version of Canada.

Other players have taken this to be a clue that the setting for “Grand Theft Auto 6” will be the fictional city in the "GTA" franchise, Neurogadget reported.

It was previously reported that the possible setting for "Grand Theft Auto 6" could be based on Tokyo, Japan or in Boston. Rockstar Games president Lezlie Benzies stated that the developers have 45 years worth of ideas and concepts that they can use to make "GTA 6" possible and it comes from the fist idea, then where the game itself will set, then the main story and it comes down to just making layers for the story's missions.

For now, Rockstar Games is currently busy promoting and releasing new game contents for "Grand Theft Auto 5", more specifically "GTA Online" for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC platforms.

There is no announcement of "Grand Theft Autio 6" release date for the PS4, Xbox One and PC.