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After some initial doubt, it's been confirmed that E3 2021 will be going ahead this year, albeit as a virtual event. What's more, plenty of familiar names will be in attendance, including Microsoft, Nintendo, and Take-Two, the parent company of Rockstar Games. Naturally, fans of Rockstar have taken to social media to discuss and theorize what sort of announcements the studio will make at the event. Surprisingly, people seem split on Rockstar showing anything at all.

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The obvious pick is Grand Theft Auto 6. While it's generally accepted that the game is being worked on, Rockstar itself hasn't actually said anything concrete about it. The Internet is swamped with supposed rumors and leaks connected to it and fans appear to be desperate to finally see it for themselves. Plenty of people, however, think the idea of an E3 2021 reveal is but a pipe dream.

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Many believe that, if the GTA series has any sort of presence at E3, then it will purely be related to new content for Grand Theft Auto Online or another look at the upcoming PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S re-releases of Grand Theft Auto 5and GTA Online. It would make the most sense; both games have continued to be massive money makers for Rockstar, so the company isn't really under any pressure to get GTA 6 out anytime soon.

This morning, Take-Two Interactive (parent company of Rockstar Games) announced that they will be attending E3 in June...
What do you think we'll get?
πŸ€” GTA VI
πŸ€” GTA V DLC
πŸ€” RDR2 Remastered
πŸ€” Mafia
πŸ€” LA Noire
πŸ€” Max Payne
πŸ€” New IP pic.twitter.com/WfMYVdWIi5

β€” TmarTn (@TmarTn) April 6, 2021Twitter

Rockstar has been rereleasing GTA V for a very long time. Could we get gta6 at E3 this year? pic.twitter.com/vRHKhyK2zQ

β€” _joseph (@_josephYT) April 6, 2021

Pretty sure Rockstar/Take Two at E3 will just give us:
- GTA V on PS5 & Xbox Series X
- More GTA Online Content
- More RDR Online Content
That’s it. You expect too much from them if you think they’ll announce new games or a remaster of any game other than GTA V.

β€” πš…πš’πšŒπš”πš’ (@Gamer_Girl_149) April 6, 2021

Rockstar is not announcing GTA 6 at E3 - Same chat every year.
Rockstar could release a logo on twitter and break the internet.

Big brother rockstar twitterRockstar twitter fplβ€” GameRiot (@GameRiotArmy) April 7, 2021

There have been rumors that a remaster of the original Red Dead Redemptionwill release before GTA 6, so some think that could be a contender for Rockstar's E3 reveal. Barring that, some think it's likely that Rockstar's planning to bring Red Dead Redemption 2 to the newer consoles, just like GTA 5. A dream reveal for some would be something Bully related, like a re-release or an actual sequel. Bully 2 seems incredibly unlikely if the claim that it has already been canceled is true.

Interesting to hear Take-Two will have a spot at E3, I'm not expecting much on the Rockstar side of things other than more GTA V PS5/Xbox Series news, but if they reveal like a new game or a remaster for like Red Dead 1 or a classic GTA game that would be great

β€” Justin Can't Do Usernames (@JustinCantName) April 6, 2021

Id gladly trade waiting another 4-5 years for a new sonic game for this to become real. pic.twitter.com/DDsEpEVbgr

β€” Edward Ender (@Edward_Ender) March 31, 2021

Shockingly, many aren't excited at all, believing that Take-Two's presence doesn't mean there will be anything Rockstar related. These people point out that Rockstar has never really made big announcements at previous E3s and usually does its own thing. Plus, Take-Two has other notable franchises under its belt, including Borderlands, Civilization, and Bioshock. There have been rumors pointing to a BioShock 4so that may be more likely to be announced. Take-Two also has a number of sports-related franchises like NBA 2K and WWE 2K, meaning it may be safe to assume that new entries in those series will be featured as well.

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The official Rockstar Support account is telling Grand Theft Auto fans to 'stay tuned' for future updates about GTA 6, the next game in its mammoth open world crime franchise.

In a series of responses posted throughout the same day earlier this week, the Twitter account stated that Rockstar has 'not released any information' about GTA 6 as of yet, but directed fans to the Rockstar Newswire page for 'official updates' on the project.

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There is no news on that topic yet. Please stay tuned to the Rockstar Newswire for official updates: https://t.co/i1zkZw0nsH *KGSeptember 7, 2020

As Reddit has pointed out, this isn't the first time Rockstar Support has attempted to answer GTA 6 queries on Twitter (it's been doing so on and off for years), but the fact that it's suddenly started doing so again, while seemingly acknowledging the prospect that the game is in development, is certainly interesting.

Incidentally, Rockstar recently re-filed ownership of the GTA 6 and Vice City Online domain names, while a report earlier this year confirmed that the game is in the early stages of development, with the studio hoping to repeat the continued successes of GTA Online.

In short, Rockstar Support's recent comments on social media could be something, or could amount to a whole load of nothing, but it's certainly got the GTA fanbase talking either way. As always, we'll update you with any new information about GTA 6 as soon as we hear it.

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