GTA 6: Rockstar Places August 7 VICE CITY Poster in GTA 5. The Grand Theft Auto series has been very popular since the release of GTA: Vice City. Franchise fans were always waiting for new entries, but with the coming of GTA 5, GTA 6 had to wait a particularly long time.
However, on February 4, 2022, the rock star finally broke the silence, revealing that the hype among fans was crazy and they were longing for it, so they were working on GTA6.
Later, I knew earlier that GTA 6 wouldn’t have three playable characters like GTA 5, so there were constant leaks and rumors that revealed a lot about the game.
Presently, Rockstar has placed many Vice City posters in GTA 5 and included the date of August 7.
Rockstar may have hinted at the announcement of GTA6 on August 7, the day before the Take-Two Interactive conference call. In addition, there are many rumors suggesting that GTA 6 will be held in Vice City, giving some credibility to the claim.
Rockstar may have given a hint of the announcement of GTA6 on August 7, the previous day of the Take-Two Interactive conference call. Also, there are a number of rumors showing that GTA 6 will be held in Vice City, giving the claim some credibility.
Keep in mind, however, that these are just rumors and can always turn out to be false. We encourage you to receive this news with caution.
This is not complete information at this time, but we’ll keep an eye on the GTA 6 news.
Bully fan remake on Unreal Engine 5 looks unique
TeaserPlay has released a new video showing what Bully’s latest remake on Unreal Engine 5 looks like. TeaserPlay recreates many environments from the game and features several characters that resemble the characters in the game.
The good news here is that Bully appeared on the original Xbox and PC Playstation 2. Therefore, these new 3D models look much more detailed. The bad news is that you don’t expect a proper UE5 remake. Keep in mind, however, that this is a fan project for passionate gamers, not a real game in Triple-A Studio.
In this video, TeaserPlay used Lumen, Nanite, and Ray Tracing. They also used metahumans to create the faces of Jimmy Hopkins and Dr. Create a Crabble snitch.