GTA VI: Rockstar recruits aggressively to accelerate development

According to recent reports, Rockstar is accelerating the development of the GTA VI. People have been waiting for years, but Rockstar kept its focus on GTA Online and also on low-quality ports. The recently released GTA Trilogy remaster was received with a huge backlash. After all, it arrived with low-quality graphics and a myriad of bugs. Due to the negative reviews, Rockstar reportedly canceled remasters for Red Dead Redemption and GTA IV. Apparently, the company is fully focusing on GTA VI. Today, a new report corroborates the company’s refreshed focus on the upcoming game.

The company recently published a report stating that most of its resources are now focused on GTA VI development. For that reason, Red Dead Online will not receive big updates for the time being. Now, the studio is working on GTA VI and is searching for more talented developers to push things further.

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Rockstar is recruiting talent across the world to push forward GTA VI development

As per reports, Rockstar Games is hiring for multiple positions around the world and that involves GTA. The company has some job postings on the official website. Among the list of jobs, the company is recruiting assistant animation professionals, gameplay technical designers, 3D character artists, photogrammetry artists, and animation system programmers, among others. The company is also recruiting through the Hitmaker website. On the platform, Rockstar Games has 233 job postings. Worth noting that these positions are for talents across the world. The listing includes people from Toronto, Bangalore, New York, and London. Rockstar is clearly looking for people to cooperate on a global scale. Therefore, it needs a lot of talents to keep producing its new large-scale project.

There are many mysteries revolving around GTA VI. However, reports suggest the upcoming game will get a trailer later this year. GTA VI will reach Xbox Series, PlayStation 5, and PC.

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