UPDATE: Alleged GTA 6 actor confirms that he made a mistake on his resume. He was working on Grand Theft Auto 5. Here’s the nice tweet we got confirming that Tim Neff has zero involvement in Rockstar’s next game.
You should check your facts before you write nonsense. Worked on 5 long ago. Typo got you trolled hard
— Tim Neff (@TheRealTimNeff) July 27, 2017
Rockstar Games is reportedly working on motion-capture for the next instalment in the Grand Theft Auto franchise.
That’s according to the resume of actor Tim Neff, who clearly lists Grand Theft Auto 6 as part of his mo-cap work, which also includes fellow Rockstar juggernaut Red Dead Redemption 2.
Sadly there’s not an awful lot else to go on right now, although rumors of a new Grand Theft Auto game have been doing the rounds for some time now. Rockstar hasn’t announced anything official regarding a new Grand Theft Auto game, although given the time frame between titles in the series, we probably won’t see it until around 2020.
For now, the studio is busy working on Red Dead Redemption 2, which is due for release on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in spring 2018.