There’s no doubt that the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One version of Grand Theft Auto V is a beautiful game, and one that we do not take for granted even as a last-gen remake. It is a little unfortunate that the PC version was delayed until late March, but Rockstar Games might have a few surprises up their sleeves that they will shock the industry with this year.

A few Rockstar Games are well overdue a sequel, and there are rumours circulating (ones that Rockstar refuse to even deny) about a HD current-gen remakes of a big name game. We know we are expecting some kind of big announcement from Rockstar Games a little later this year, but what game could it be? Here are the top contenders.



A PlayStation 4 and Xbox One version of the open world spaghetti western game would be amazing. Red Dead Redemption launched on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 less than two years after Grand Theft Auto IV which means we could be expecting an announcement any time soon. Who knows, it might even come bundled with the RED DEAD REDEMPTION next-gen remake.


Is it cancelled? No one knows! This game was promised to PlayStation 3 owners a long, long time ago but Rockstar Games and Sony Computer Entertainment have since gone mute on the topic. To the average gamer this may seem like a clear-cut cancellation, but then why would Rockstar Games tease gamers with an Agent easter-egg in Grand Theft Auto V? Maybe it is coming, maybe it is not… we can hope, though.



Oh boy! Would I love for a sequel to Bully. Heck, I would even love to see the original game on my PlayStation 4 or Xbox One. Despite the cruddy controversy of the game it honestly is an awesome open-world game that is packed with Grand Theft quality. I am desperately craving a return to Bullsworth Academy.



When Grand Theft Auto Online launched the developers kept posting about how easy it would be to expand on the world, and even hinted at the possibility of visiting other famous GTA universe cities. It is also about time they make it up to the fans who have been waiting over a year for heists. Why not reveal a big Grand Theft Auto Online expansion that lets people travel to different cities. I am not sure what city I’d pick to live in; Liberty, maybe?



Naaah! Fat chance. It has only been about two years. The current rate that Rockstar Games actually pumps out numbered sequels to Grand Theft Auto games is 6 years. Although, there is a good possibility that we will see something like, Grand Theft Auto V: Los Santos Stories or Grand Theft Auto Vice City. Although we can completely write off a GTA sequel announcement, Grand Theft Auto V is due for some good, full-bodied, DLC story content.


Rockstar Games have promised us an announcement of a big name game, whether it is any of the ones mentioned above, we can only speculate, but there is a good chance that at least one of these games will be announced later this year (I am leaning towards Red Dead Redemption 2). In the end it really doesn’t matter, whatever Rockstar Games releases will most certainly be amazing.

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