An actor's resume includes motion capture work they've been a part of and now 'Grand Theft Auto 6' has joined the list, alongside Red Dead Redemption 2.
It's no secret that Rockstar Games will be doing more of their billion dollar franchise Grand Theft Auto; it's always been a matter of when not if. Well it seems things are underway for the next big instalment although it's unclear whether it's a full jump to GTA 6.
The resume comes from actor Tim Neff and the inclusion of this new GTA is big news for fans and Neff included a photo of Rockstar San Diego's logo back in February. Rockstar's main focus right now though is Red Dead Redemption 2 which is set for next year, and what has been effectively dubbed the 'cowboy GTA'. Continued development for Grand Theft Auto V has been relegated to its multiplayer component GTA Online in place of any single-player DLC.
Whether or not Rockstar jumps to Grand Theft Auto VI is something only they'd know as it could be a titled release instead, such as GTA: Vice City or GTA: San Andreas which were improvements to Grand Theft Auto III. It was Grand Theft Auto IV that was a full leap in terms of technology, gameplay and story telling.
Grand Theft Auto VI would likely be in development for Xbox One and PlayStation 4, with a PC release within a year.