Update: We hadn't heard anything about motion capture sessions from our sources at Rockstar, so we decided to reach out to them for more information. They've now come back to us, and completely deny this rumour. The development of the next GTA hasn't come that far, so don't expect news about the next instalment for a long time.
This is also backed up by the fact that PCGamesN got a hold of Mr. Neff, who denied being involved in the production of GTA 6. "That isn't my page, account or resume. I don't even know that website. I worked on GTA 5 a long time ago and haven't done anything since. Sorry for the confusion. It seems I'm being trolled online really badly."
Original story:Grand Theft Auto V was (and still continues to be) a massive success for Rockstar, shipping 75 million copies as of February this year, but that hasn't stopped people from looking forward to a potential sixth game in the series, a game NeoGAF user chadskin may have just spotted evidence of.
This "evidence" comes in the form of an online resume for actor Tim Neff who, under motion capture, lists Grand Theft Auto VI as something he's worked on, as well as other games like Red Dead Redemption 2. While chadskin writes: "Suggests they're making good progress as mocap work is usually done in the latter stages of development," we still can't be absolutely sure this is the case, so take everything with a pinch of salt.
If Grand Theft Auto VI is on the way, though, what would you like to see it do differently?
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