Grand Theft Auto Online has been getting consistent updates for quite some time now. The online portion of Grand Theft Auto V is constantly adding new features, and those who play the game, love it. It only makes sense that Rockstar games would continue on with this legacy, and create more Grand Theft Auto games. I mean, even in 2013, then-Rockstar president Leslie Benzies said they had four and half decades worth of ideas for Grand Theft Auto. Now, we may have confirmation they're putting some of those ideas to good use.
There were rumors circulating last year that Rockstar might actually be in the works of creating a new Grand Theft Auto game . Something has been released now that may lead credence to this rumor mill. An actor by the name of Tim Neff has listed something on his resume that really shouldn't be there. What is it? Motion capture for Grand Theft Auto 6. This appears right over a listing for motion capture work on Red Dead Redemption 2. This game we already knew about, but it would appear the cat's out of the bag as far as GTA VI is concerned.
There are some guesses that Neff potentially just recorded some very simple movements for Grand Theft Auto 6 while he was already acting for Red Dead Redemption 2. No matter why he listed Grand Theft Auto 6 on his resume, it's clear that development of some kind is already under way. There's no confirmation from Rockstar yet, but now that the rumor mill has started, only an official release will stop it.
Tim Neff has stated that he does not have a Breakdown Express account and the resume suggesting he was involved in Grand Theft Auto 6 is fraudulent. He says he did not make the account or resume and was only involved with Grand Theft Auto V.