Sunday, January 26, 2020

Rockstar Games Stuntman May Have Teased GTA 6

Recent social media post by veteran industry stuntman hints at possible setting of Grand Theft Auto 6.

Possibility for a new game release from Grand Theft Auto series by developer/publisher Rockstar Games has been out there for some time and a recent UK tax report suggests that Grand Theft Auto VI is currently under development.

Stepping head first into 2020, players are curious than ever for some more GTA news from credible sources. Lately, one such major hint has come out from Instagram account of someone with a history of working at Rockstar Games.

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Rockstar Games Stuntman May Have Teased GTA 6

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Largely known for his work as an industry stuntman, actor Tim Neff recently posted a few pictures of him doing motion capture on social media that may be hinting at upcoming GTA 6 game, only to delete them shortly afterwards.

One of his photos wearing mocap suit shows him carrying a rocket-propelled grenade launcher. Its design and model resembles to weaponries usually used in 80's, which aligns with past leaks that claimed GTA VI will be set during 1970 and 1980.

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During his career as video game stunt performer, Neff was previously hired by Activision for their 2018 first-person shooter title Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 and by Rockstar for Western-themed adventure Red Dead Redemption 2.

Tim Neff has later removed them before setting his account to private, may be on request from Rockstar Games. This is probably a situation similar to when he denied working on RDR2 in past even though his name was mentioned in credits.

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So far, GTA 6 was teased many times by several parties and was even seen listed on resume of a former employee of Rockstar last year. Another 2018 post on text storage site Pastebin claims that the game would be a timed PlayStation 5-exclusive.

Whether or not Grand Theft Auto VI ends up getting released later this year, Rockstar Games can at least make an official announcement or maybe they are waiting to reveal the game alongside next-gen console release on holiday 2020.