Yay? Well maybe it time to finally build a new pc to mod the hell out this thing.
Well I guess the cutscene graphics look good. Not much else to conclude from this trailer.
I really hope the story is more at IV´s level.
Kind of how I feel. Chances are it’s end of 2025 (or will end up being that) so it might look a bit different by the time it comes out. Looks good though, although I was probably hoping for a slightly different vibe. But early days.
I’m looking forward to it. For the diminishing reputation that Rockstar seem to be garnering for themselves with the long development cycles, milking of GTA online and outsourcing the awful GTA trilogy, they’ve actually yet to release a single player campaign that’s anything short of fantastic. I have no doubts that GTA VI will be meticulously crafted.
It’s the inevitable milking months after it’s release with what I assume will be GTA Online 2 that’ll take the piss.
I got a long time of enjoyment out of GTA:O when it kept the updates relatively simple. Heists were great, but could’ve had some work, and subsequent updates were good. But when it started becoming some weird Rocket League hybrid with battle arenas in the sky and huge circuits with just little to no reason why, it began to really grate on me. It felt like I was just playing some kind of janky mod lobby.
Looks alright. Not much to say or discern here - impressive visuals and the story hook seems interesting
Style without substance, slop without soul. This “trailer” feels more like a technical demo for investors than a peek at maybe the most anticipated game since Nuke Nukem Forever. Most concerning is that it has no sight or sign of that trademark Rockstar flare we’ve come to know and love, and the only proof I need to put forward are the trailers from every other Rockstar Game. There’s no intrigue being built here, all I see is a showcase of the future victims of my collateral damage twerking on car roofs. The single redeeming factor is the Tom Petty track, which tells me at least (dark lord willin’) we’re going to get a decent selection of music but even that is up in the air. The unfortunate fact of the matter is a lot of the talent at Rockstar has jumped ship (to form Absurd Ventures, a new multimedia studio) so don’t except a game of the same caliber as previous titles.
Even the side stories had better trailers than this main entry into the series.
I didn´t want to sound too negative before, but I absolutely agree. I got the same feeling after the delta trailer. No soul, just a pretty picture. Started daydreaming of a younger me staring at a top down view, driving in the backstreets of London ´69 in my James Bomb. Getting nicked. Sigh.
Rockstar deserves every morsel of negativity after what they did to Red Dead and GTA Online. I’m not going to purchase GTAVI unless they really show something unique in the next trailer that I just can’t live without playing, otherwise I’m just going to pirate it down the road. Will likely have less issues with Rockstar’s shit tier launcher too. GTAO really started to slide down the shit mountain after they made it so you HAD to use their dumb launcher on PC.
Honestly, the fact the last 3 GTA’s have all been modern is another reason GTAVI is feeling lackluster. I’ve been waiting since the 90’s for a 3D GTA London 1969, but with this development cycle I don’t think we’re going to get it, at least not before I’m fucking 40 years old. Did you guys ever play the old GTA games? One of my first games was the original GTA on PC, then GTA2 and of course London '69, just spectacular mayhem in those early games.
My how far it’s fallen…
I didn’t want to either. I’m sure me and the boys will make our own fun on the online portion but this trailer was a bit underwhelming when you look back at all the debut trailers but that’s to be expected. The people responsible for those classic trailers, most aren’t there anymore. I also found the main character painfully boring looking but you know. gta usually has good customization. that dude especicially though. look like he’s trapped in 2006.
Damn man, i mean i’ll give it a chance. I really wont judge it till i’m playing it or hear opinions from the boys and girls here when they have their hands on it.
Exactly that. GTA 1 was one of my first PS games. That, Tomb Raider 2 or Tekken.
It was so much fun, and only 2D top down view. After finishing the story, all me and my best friend did was steal cop cars and make mayhem, wait for the army, steal the tank and continue. The screen often froze. Still not sure if it was me or the fact that the console was modded.
Thats another think. GTA doesn’t really allow cool Cheats anymore. Im hoping for gta6 they bring it back. I cant tell you how many hours i killed turning on riot mods, weapon mods for civilians and swapping my skin to some random npc or swat then SURVIVE! GTA5 online had so many good cheats for this too, sadly banable by Rockstar but as long as we did em in empty rooms we had a blast. old school surviving the wanted star rating shootouts. I hope for the very least we get some sort of cheat mode.
Cheats feel like they’re going away across the board. I used to be all about cheats, they extended the game’s lifespan and replayabilty. Built in cheats as well as trainers, and in the old days Gameshark. I suspect the disappearance of the broad implementation of cheats is just another victim in the conquest of developers to maximize profit while offering the consumer less for the same price, unfortunately.
Remember when you bought a game, it was a complete game on disc, then later on you’d pay 10-15 dollars for a physical expansion? I miss that so much compared to the awful nightmare microtransactions and pay to play that has been forced on us. Lost and the Damned and and Ballad of Gay Tony were two of the last truthfully spectacular expansions. Took GTAIV to the next level.
I really miss when Rockstar would expand on their worlds later on too (VCS, Chinatown, LCS). It really feels like gaming has regressed over the last 6–8 years. Sad times.