Resume of Former Rockstar Games Developer Confirms GTA 6 Development

Grand Theft Auto 6

The development of Grand Theft Auto 6 has been confirmed by the resume of a former Rockstar Games employee, confirming that the game has been in development since the end of 2017.

The developer in question is the 3D graphics artists Bibin Michael, who has also worked on the development of Red Dead Redemption 2. His name can be seen in the end-game credits of Red Dead Redemption 2. His resume highlights that between December 2017 and April 2018 he has worked on the realization of realistic vehicles for the DLCs of Grand Theft Auto 5 and Grand Theft Auto 6.

Though Red Dead Redemption 2 is not mentioned in the resume, the game’s thank you page does contain their name. Other than their name appearing on the credits, the list also included names of people who contributed to the development at one point or the other, but were not a part of the core team.


Unfortunately, there are no additional details other for the game. While Michael has only mentioned it in his resume, he certainly couldn’t tell what the game would be like. Given the timing, it looks like Grand Theft Auto 6 will be a title for the next generation consoles, likely PlayStation 5 and Xbox Scarlett. This is the first generation from PlayStation that has not received a new GTA game, as GTA 5 came out on the previous generation.

There are many rumors flying around, which is no surprise considering that Grand Theft Auto is one of the biggest games on consoles right now. Rumors suggest that Sony might have paid a large amount of money to secure a one-month exclusivity of Grand Theft Auto 6, while also adding that the game would be released late next year.

When do you think the next GTA title will be announced? Is it coming out next year or will be take longer than that? Post your comments below.

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