The development of Grand Theft Auto 6 (GTA 6) is highly anticipated, and recent reports suggest significant upgrades to the Rockstar Games’ RAGE Engine, which powers the game. These improvements include enhanced physics, realistic weather, and AI enhancements, among other features, promising a more immersive gaming experience.
Reports indicate that GTA 6 will bring substantial enhancements to the game’s physics, including more precise vehicle deformations due to increased polygon counts. This should result in a more realistic portrayal of accidents in the game world.
In addition, GTA 6 is expected to feature significant advancements in water physics and lighting, leading to a comprehensive weather system that affects the game world in various ways. Storms may make driving more challenging, damaging vegetation and creating disruptive waves on beaches. Rain and wind could impact vehicle handling at high speeds, while sunrises, sunsets, and nights promise enhanced realism for a more immersive gaming experience.
While Rockstar Games has officially announced GTA 6, details about the game remain scarce. Fans are eagerly awaiting an official trailer and release date. However, Take-Two Interactive hinted that GTA 6 might be released within the next 20 months, increasing anticipation for the game. A rumor also circulated that the game might retail for $150, significantly higher than the price of most contemporary games.