Rockstar is now putting all its energy into GTA 6. After canceling new-gen remasters of Red Dead Redemption 2, the studio is now starting to hire massive new developers to ramp up production. At the time of writing these rules, over 200 job postings have been published by the company.
Everyone knows that GTA 6 will eventually come out, but no one knows when. This crucial information has been the subject of much speculation for years, and when Rockstar confirms the game’s existence, fans around the world begin to hope for an early release.
Of course, it isn’t. GTA 6 will probably be Rockstar’s most ambitious project – something far from easy after Red Dead Redemption – and therefore takes time to get through development. Time of course, but also manpower. a lot of work is evident from the multitude of job openings the studio has just published. 233 to be exact, and only on the Hitmaker recruiting platform. Other announcements were also posted directly on the Rockstar site, for professionals of all levels: animation, gameplay, 3D artists, programmer, etc. In other words, the studio certainly passed the second about his next headline.
Rockstar speeds up GTA 6 development
Especially since Rockstar isn’t content to recruit only in the United States. Job offers are indeed in many countries around the world, in cities like Toronto, London, or Bangalore. This choice can certainly be explained by the desire to benefit from the expertise of different countries in the field of development, but also by a strategy of efficiency.
By taking place in multiple time zones, GTA 6 development never really stops. Also, this isn’t Rockstar’s only strong move indicating GTA 6 is now our number one priority. Specifically, a few days ago, we learned that the studio has canceled the remaster of Red Dead Redemption 2 for PS5 and Xbox Series X, precisely to focus on the next game. GTA Online should not receive any updates soon. It remains to be hoped that GTA 6 will be released before 2026.
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