Grand Theft Auto 5 was initially launched in 2015, and since then, it has been rereleased multiple times. Grand Theft Auto 5 was released in 2013 and has subsequently been converted to PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X. \n \nHowever, Grand Theft Auto 6 was not in the works at the time. Grand Theft Auto 6 has now been officially revealed by Rockstar Games, and while information is still scant, a recent Bloomberg story has provided additional specifics on what players may anticipate from the game. \n \nGrand Theft Auto 6 and its features have been extensively discussed in a Bloomberg piece. If the Bloomberg report is accurate, it appears that Rockstar Games will "regularly" add new towns to Grand Theft Auto 6 following the game's release. \n \nThis is going to be fantastic because new cities were never introduced to Grand Theft Auto games after they were released. \n \nGrand Theft Auto 6's durability and endurance will also be considerably improved, making the wait for Grand Theft Auto 7 even longer for fans. \n \nHowever, Grand Theft Auto 6 will supposedly get more cities and objectives from Rockstar Games in the near future. According to a Bloomberg story, a city will be included in the main game when it launches. \n \nAccording to a Bloomberg story, Grand Theft Auto 6 will be set in Vice City, which has long been rumored. However, the source refers to Vice City as a "fictional version of Miami" rather than calling it the next location. \n \nThe Bloomberg article on Grand Theft Auto 6 contains other fascinating information. Grand Theft Auto 6 briefly planned to display North and South America, which is consistent with some earlier disclosures. \n \nRockstar Games' ambitions for GTA 6 appear to have been scaled back, and plans look much different. With a probable 2024 launch date, GTA 6 is also said to introduce a female protagonist for the first time in the history of the franchise.