Dec 13, 2016 09:13 AM EST

'Grand Theft Auto 6' News And Update: London Is Top Location Choice; Game To Come With Virtual Reality Compatibility?

High expectations are set for the much-awaited "Grand Theft Auto 6." Gamers around the world are looking forward to its release and the excitement it has to offer.

There have been talks that there are a lot of exciting and interesting plans for "Grand Theft Auto 6." Great location maps, new characters and an exciting virtual reality experience are said to be expected. The games location map is an important element in the series. It contributes a big part in the whole story that is why gamers are eager to know the "GTA 6" map. 

According to Grown Gaming, there are a lot of cities tapped to be included in the location map, and London is still on top of the list. "GTA" gamers know that London played a vital part in the history of the game. With its perfect architecture and famous landmarks, this still remains to be the best location. Although other cities such as Paris, Tokyo or Hongkong, Sao Paulo, Brazil, Moscow, Russia and Vice City are said to be options as well.

"Grand Theft Auto" came a long way already since the first time it was released. With today's modern technology and graphic enhancements the whole concept of the game will also improve.   

Virtual Reality or popularly known as "VR" is one of the most interesting improvements in the gaming industry. With VR technology gamers will get to experience a different kind of excitement. It is quite impossible that Rockstar Games will be left out in this kind of technology development. It would be hard to imagine that the upcoming "GTA 6" will not be virtual reality compatible.

Words have it that “GTA 6” is could be launched in 2020, although its developer, Rockstar Games gave no confirmation yet about it, Jobs & Hire previously reported.

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