Rumor: GTA 6 Features a Female Character As One of the Main Leads
Although it has not yet been officially announced, the GTA 6 project is already at the center of numerous rumors involving the graphics sector, the size of the map, the plot and the online features that will construct the monumental digital picture of the next blockbuster games of Rockstar.
The authors of the Daily Star editorial staff have thus tried to tidy up and accurately position all the pieces of the mosaic represented by the indiscretions and leaks on GTA 6. By recomposing the rumors of the last few months, there would seem to be a common thread between the various rumors and the information shared by the authors of the company in the convulsive period of development that affected the previous chapter of Grand Theft Auto.
Based on the advances provided to us by some anonymous people that claim to be linked in some way to Rockstar, the main campaign of GTA 6 could have a female protagonist as one of the main leads, differently from what was proposed with GTA 5 thanks to the trio of anti-heroes represented by Michael, Trevor and Franklin. As illustrated to The Guardian journalists in the now distant 2013 by the vice president of Rockstar Games, Dan Houser, the absence of female characters among the characters that can be interpreted in the single-player campaign of GTA 5 was justified by the fact that the very concept of being masculine was a fundamental component of the story they wanted to tell.
With GTA 6, therefore, we could see a clear change of direction to offer us a decidedly different point of view on the events that have upset the digital life of the inhabitants of metropolises like Los Santos or, as suggested by other leaks, Vice City and Liberty City.
As always, we urge you to take all these rumors with due precaution, especially due to the fact that a possible release of GTA 6 on next-gen could take a long time to wait, both on PC and on PS5 and Xbox Scarlett.