Tom Henderson, a trusted insider, has been posting little facts about the yet-to-be-announced Grand Theft Auto VI, including the female protagonist, modern settings, and Vice City as the backdrop. Bloomberg journalist Jason Schreier recently corroborated his statements, and now Video Games Chronicle editor-in-chief Andy Robinson has made a similar declaration.
The reporter, citing his own sources, confirmed some of Tom Henderson’s statements. In a recent VGC story by Andy Robinson wrote: “In his 2020 Kotaku investigation, Schreier argued that management’s efforts [Take-Two Interactive] stress reduction and overworking could result in Rockstar releasing a “mid-size” GTA VI at launch and then regularly expanding the game over time. This is also stated in a new report from Henderson, where he suggests that the game is set in modern Vice City – based on Miami – and that after the game’s release, the location will change and expand with new regions in the manner of the Fortnite map. This is also in line with what the VGC has heard about the next GTA from their own sources. “.
According to Tom Henderson, Grand Theft Auto VI will not be released until 2024. Meanwhile, Rockstar Games continues to remain silent about the game.