GTA 6 location confirmed — here’s why returning to Vice City is a mistake

Earlier than I begin throwing shade on the first GTA 6 trailer, let me make clear one thing straight out of the gate: Grand Theft Auto is my favourite online game sequence of all time. I’ve adored each entry because the sequence went 3D with 2001’s GTA 3 — a title I’d class as among the many most vital within the historical past of the medium, seeing because it primarily laid down the open-world template for each subsequent competing franchise to repeat. 

Not that Grand Theft Auto truly has any true competitors, in fact. GTA 5 has offered virtually 200 million copies. Saints Row, for instance, has develop into a shambles of a sequence. For my cash, the one open-world video games which are even near the standard of Franklin, Michael and Trevor’s Los Santos caper are Purple Lifeless Redemption 2 and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild