Microsoft appears to concur with reports asserting GTA 6 will certainly launch in 2024.
As found by the ever-watchful GTA sleuths over on Twitter, the reported GTA 6 launch home window was stated in Microsoft’s latest response (opens up in brand-new tab) to the UK Competition and also Markets Authority (CMA) examination right into its recurring acquisition of Activision Blizzard.
In it, the console manufacturer says that Activision games do not comprise a considerable sufficient portion of the marketplace share to harm competitors, and also it indicates various other significant games and also authors, consisting of Rockstar moms and dad Take-Two, as a way of protection. In the procedure, Microsoft songs out GTA 6 as one of the big-wig games coming up.
“The highly anticipated Grand Theft Auto VI is expected to be released in 2024,” a section of Microsoft’s reaction reviews.
While that reviews a great deal like a verified GTA 6 launch home window, Microsoft really points out a TechRadar (opens up in brand-new tab) write-up, which itself points out a record from Bloomberg (opens up in brand-new tab). That write-up insurance claims “current and former Rockstar staff reckon GTA 6 is still at least two years away from release, suggesting a 2024 launch.”
It’s totally feasible that Microsoft, being the significant system proprietor it is, has inside expertise regarding Rockstar’s prepare for GTA 6, yet it’s likewise feasible it’s just describing openly offered records and also reports when it states GTA 6 is anticipated to introduce in 2024. Neither Rockstar neither its moms and dad business Take-Two Interactive have actually verified a launch day or perhaps a target year. However, the truth that Microsoft has actually resembled these insurance claims in a main record is noteworthy per se.
Rockstar recently called the massive GTA 6 leak from September “terribly disappointing” yet ensured flaunt will not impact the game’s advancement, which is great information for the millions excitedly awaiting its launch.
It’s likewise great information for Rockstar and also Take-Two, as after nine years, GTA 5 sales are finally starting to slow down.