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Grand Theft Auto 6: More Evidence Emerges

Grand Theft Auto 6: More Evidence Emerges July 26, 2017


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Hot on the heels of my previous post, new evidence has emerged to support the existence of Grand Theft Auto 6!

First and foremost, a tremendous thank you to Twitter user Mohammed Banna for the heads-up! He dug through one of the social media accounts of the individual whose resume mentions Grand Theft Auto 6. Looking to corroborate, I visited the Instagram account of one Tim Neff and low and behold, a wild picture appeared dated February 22, 2017:

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The thing that makes this potentially “supporting evidence” is its timing.

Red Dead Redemption 2 was announced in October 2016, initially slated for a Fall 2017 release (though now pushed to spring 2018). Because Mr. Neff has 2 Rockstar IPs mentioned in his resume (Red Dead Redemption 2 and Grand Theft Auto 6), it’s reasonable to draw the conclusion that Mr. Neff was back at Rockstar on February 22, 2017 to do motion capture work (which tends to happen very early in the development cycle) not for a game initially slated to release in 6-7 months from then, but rather a more recent game–namely GTA 6!

The plot thickens…

I’ll leave it at this for now and keep my finger on the pulse of this scoop, but if you missed my previous post, be sure to go check it out.

More soon!

-Stephen

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  1. andrew • August 19, 2017

    This is awesome Reply


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