GTA 6 Theme Teased By Rockstar Stuntsman On Instagram

Rockstar’s GTA 5 is a popular game and several rumors have already started floating over the internet for the next iteration of Grand Theft Auto title, GTA 6. Apparently, Tim Neff, a stuntman working for Rockstar Games, added one more rumor to the list through his Instagram posts.

Reportedly, Neff posted some of his photos while doing motion capture work for Rockstar. In his pictures, he was holding 80’s-era weaponry while wearing a mocap suit. There is already an ongoing theory among fans that GTA 6 might be based in the 1980’s era. So, Neff’s post aligns well with this theory relating to Grand Theft Auto 6.

Unfortunately, Neff later removed his posts, and his Instagram account went private. So, there’s a possibility that there is some truth behind the rumor that Rockstar is working on a sequel for GTA 5.

Tim Neff has previously worked for many reputed titles such as Red Dead Redemption 2 and Activision’s Call Of Duty: Black Ops 4. Additionally, he also lent his talents to some famous television series like American Horror Story and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

If Neff’s photos are directly linked with GTA 6’s development, then it is possible that Rockstar requested Neff to take down his posts. Nevertheless, a few seconds on social media is enough to spark a rumor, and that’s what happened. Fans are already excited to the core, thinking that they’ll soon get an official statement on GTA6 from Rockstar.

Given that all the competitors are coming up with big titles in 2020, so it’s not hard to believe that Rockstar is working on a sequel to its most popular title, GTA 5.

Via – Game Rant

 

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