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Rockstar wants to blend GTA series into one big city



Rockstar has said it would like to one day release a GTA game which spawns all of it's famous cities.

Grand Theft Auto V's Los Santos is already being touted as bigger than San Andreas, Liberty City and the world of Red Dead Redemption combined, however Rockstar's Leslie Benzies has told digital trends that the developer has even bigger ambitions.

"Of course at some point we would like to have one big world containing all our cities and let the player fly between them and revisit their favorite areas, and in that context re-imagining Vice City would be very interesting."

It would be interesting to see how this would work. Would you take control of different characters much like the way GTA V will work? Or do Rockstar have something else in mind? Maybe one day we will find out.


Edited On 14 Dec, 2012

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Dead's avatar
Dead 4 years ago
I'd rather they didn't, one of the reasons I didn't like San Andreas was that it was too big.
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LFC Bywater 4 years ago
Same, i prefer having smaller city's so i can recognise where i'm going and familiarise myself with areas rather than having to constantly be watching my mini map. Would make people just abuse the cab system in the game aswell lol
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Pete992 4 years ago
Something like this would need an upgrade to a ps4 or utilise power of a pc because lets face it ps3 and 360 are dated systems now, one coming out late 2005 and the other late 2006. Still will be interesting just how big gta5 is
LFC Bywater's avatar
Wouldn't say they are dated there is still some good quality games coming out. They'll be good till end of next year atleast
LFC Bywater 4 years ago
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Robichoico 4 years ago
They change the maps with every game anyways. It's rare to see the same map be used more than once.

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