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GTA 6 first female protagonist will be part of a Bonnie and Clyde double-act

GTA 6 first female protagonist will be part of a Bonnie and Clyde double-act

GTA 6 report says its first female protagonist will be part of a Bonnie and Clyde double-act.

It suggests Rockstar might have got their act together on crunch, too

More information about Rockstar’s next Grand Theft Auto game has been leaked in a new report from Bloomberg.

Company employees have spoken about how the cultural changes occurring since former boss Dan Houser’s infamous comments about 100-hour work weeks in 2018 have affected the game’s development, with sources saying that GTA 6 is likely to feature a playable female protagonist for the first time. time in series history.

GTA 6 first female protagonist will be part of a Bonnie and Clyde double-act
GTA 6 first female protagonist will be part of a Bonnie and Clyde double-act

It looks like we may have to wait a while longer to play, so check out the trailer for GTA On line’s new Criminal Enterprises update below to whet your appetite for misdemeanors.

Sources at Rockstar told Bloomberg that GTA 6 is codenamed Project Americas because the game was originally supposed to have a map that covered “territory modeled after large areas of North and South America.”

In 2021, there were rumors that the next GTA would be set in the modern form of Vice City. A Bloomberg report confirms this.

It’s nothing Bloomberg’s Jason Schreier hasn’t hinted at on Twitter before, but it’s interesting that scaling the map down to the series’ fictional Miami was apparently a compromise in an effort to improve Rockstar’s work culture.

GTA 6 is now being worked on as a live service model, with Rockstar intending to push out “new missions and cities on a regular basis” after launch.

The report says that this is a move by Rockstar management to reduce stuttering towards the end of development.

However, the scope of development is still the largest the series has seen in some ways, with Rockstar’s plan affecting “more indoor locations than previous Grand Theft Auto games”.

GTA 6 first female protagonist will be part of a Bonnie and Clyde double-act
GTA 6 first female protagonist will be part of a Bonnie and Clyde double-act

GTA 6 first female protagonist will be part of a Bonnie and Clyde double-act

Bloomberg’s sources said they were unaware of a planned release date and that they expected at least another two years of development.

Bloomberg spoke with more than 20 current and former Rockstar employees to learn about the company’s work culture.

While Rockstar had no official comment, one employee described them as a “boys club turned into a real company”.

The cultural cleansing operation obviously affected the development of the next GTA in other ways.

As mentioned above, the game will reportedly star a Latina woman who is part of the “Bonnie and Clyde” robber duo.

A female protagonist would be the premiere of the almost quarter-century-old series.

Rockstar only confirmed this February that yes, they are indeed working on what everyone for yonks was referring to as GTA 6.

They also recently confirmed that Red Dead Online won’t be getting any major updates, so the team can shift their focus to the next GTA.

The Bloomberg report makes for interesting reading in the broader context of the crisis in the gaming industry.

GTA 6 first female protagonist will be part of a Bonnie and Clyde double-act
GTA 6 first female protagonist

GTA 6 first female protagonist

It doesn’t sound like everything Rockstar has tried to implement has necessarily worked the way they intended – especially the middle management changes – but it’s good to hear they’re at least trying.

I’m totally fine with playing the new GTA from now on if it means people who can do it can have proper personal lives.

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