Grand Theft Auto V, despite its venerable age, continues to grind impressive numbers and it doesn’t seem like Rockstar is planning to pull the plug on support anytime soon.
Despite this, fans of the series have long been waiting for news on the next chapter of the series, the much-rumored GTA 6 that will surely exist, we just don’t know when it will become concrete. Could its release be closer than expected?
Rumors and rumors about GTA6 are now on the agenda, but it seems that this time we have something more “concrete” in our hands: the record producer Chiko Kan would in fact have made public an email from Rockstar Games, in which he anticipates the arrival of great news.
The email in question is a response from Rockstar to some test tracks sent to the videogame giant to evaluate possible partnerships: in it, Richard Barnes, Rockstar’s international communications manager, confirms to Kan the intention to work with his label to provide for the music of some projects set for 2021.
Also in the email, it is said that it is not possible to reveal in advance the identity of these projects but that one of them will be “big”, a word written in capital letters.
As always, without direct confirmation, we cannot say with certainty that he is talking about Grand Theft Auto 6, but all the speculations are pointing in that direction.
Some music savvy fans looked at Chiko Kan’s Spotify page to see if his music could pair well with a GTA and, in fact, wouldn’t look bad at all.
There were lots of ups and downs in 2020 but we still kept on grinding and We are now going to 2021 strong💪🏾
I just want to thanks everyone who have helped me and supported me throughout this year❤️ pic.twitter.com/uLl0SHEu8U
— Chiko Kan (@CKanzz) December 31, 2020
What we’re all wondering is: will it really be GTA6? Or is Rockstar working on a new IP or the return of another franchise?
The times are certainly ripe for a next-gen Grand Theft Auto but, at the moment, we can’t help but wait for the first official news of the company.