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GTA 6 Delayed As Rockstar Games Turns To the Medieval Era

GTA 6 has been the subject of much discussion, but it appears that we will have to wait a few more years before we can play the newest installment in the Grand Theft Auto franchise.

Rockstar, the company behind the GTA series, is reportedly working on a game with a medieval setting. Rockstar’s last game also had a period setting, but moving the game’s setting back several centuries will undoubtedly be difficult.

The same source that provided us with information on Red Dead Redemption 2 and the DLC for GTA Online is the source of these leaks. The new game is slated for release on consoles in the first quarter of 2021, but patterns indicate that the PC version will likely be postponed by a year.

There is no information on this new game being released for the current generation of consoles, which should be more than ready by that time. It is anticipated to be released for the future generation of consoles.

It is advisable to take this news with a grain of salt, even while the idea of a massive adventure game featuring sword fighting and medieval aspects, curated by Rockstar, seems interesting.

What Will the New Medieval Game Be Like?

Unfortunately, we don’t know much about the new medieval game that Rockstar Games is developing. The company has been tight-lipped about the project, and there have been no official announcements or teasers.

However, there are a few clues that suggest what the game might be like. For one thing, it’s likely to be a large, open-world game with a lot of exploration and adventure. This is consistent with Rockstar Games’ previous releases and with the medieval setting, which offers plenty of opportunities for epic quests and battles.

It’s also possible that the game will have a strong emphasis on role-playing elements. In a medieval game, players might expect to take on the role of a knight or a lord, building their own kingdom and making decisions that affect the fate of their realm. 

This would be a departure from the more action-oriented gameplay of the GTA series, but it could also attract a new audience of RPG fans.