The announcement of GTA 6 is absolutely inevitable and it is only a matter of time that Rockstar ends up making the next step of its most popular and prolific franchise official. Every now and then there are clues from here and there about the next installment in the Grand Theft Auto series and today a new one arises.
Recently, a job offer to work at Rockstar North, the Rockstar offices located in Ireland, suggests that the team is looking for a Technical Build Engineer “who possesses a passion for supporting and improving the workflows of the team.” The job offer can be consulted here.
Rockstar North has a new job opening for a Technical Build Engineer. We don't know if this is related to GTA 6 however this role is to test things like alphas and betas of games so perhaps they're almost finished creating the game.https://t.co/aDZBdznfmR
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This definition can be applied to practically all of the works in which Rockstar members have been employed in recent years, when the different teams have focused solely on the franchises of Red Dead Redemption and Grand Theft Auto.
Rockstar North team has worked in the original GTA and for years they have been serving as a support for other studios of the company in titles such as GTA V and Red Dead Redemption. We do not know how much time the studio will take until the company makes the existence of the game official. What seems certain is that we will see GTA 6 in stores when PS5 and Xbox Series X has been made available to us.
GTA V was officially announced on October 25, 2011 and put on sale on September 17, 2013.