Grand Theft Auto 5 launched on the PS3 and Xbox 360 back in 2013, and it has since been successful across three console generations. Since then, it has ranked second only to Minecraft in terms of overall video game revenue. Over the previous nine years, it has earned its position at the top or close. However, most people would agree that it's time to move on, and while the following installment is being created, Rockstar seems prepared to end development on GTA 5. \n \nThe Grand Theft Auto 5 studio has posted the game's credits and a "thank you" letter to everyone who has worked on it since its first release, according to a recent report from PCGamesN. Credit sequences are often played towards the conclusion of something, be it a movie or game, so this could imply that Rockstar is bidding a fond farewell to one of its most successful games. Of course, it's impossible to say for sure at this time. Still, there have been rumblings that GTA 6 announcements are imminent, indicating that the developer may be leaving the fifth edition and GTA Online behind for the time being. \n \nGiven that Grand Theft Auto 5 came out on September 17, it makes reasonable that Rockstar would be prepared to bid the game a fond farewell soon after its fifth birthday. The long-running series' next installment is now under development, although the company has often kept quiet about it. For example, Rockstar recently banned the word from Twitch chat, even though there hasn't been an official justification for why gamers aren't allowed to discuss GTA 6 on the streaming platform. Hopefully, more information on the upcoming game will be released soon. \n \nA sequel is in the works, but it might not be released for a few more years. Nevertheless, Grand Theft Auto 6 speculations and leaks abound, including information about its potential setting and the possibility of its first female protagonist.