The video game series hasn't been updated in nearly a decade, but fans will still have to wait until 2025 to play the sixth version.
Grand Theft Auto V, the latest completely redesigned version of the video game series, came out about a decade ago, and the most popular new sports car was the C6 Corvette 427.
Despite constant updates and new content since its debut in 2013, Rockstar's franchise has felt a bit stale. Luckily, its sequel — appropriately named Grand Theft Auto VI — is on the way with sharper visuals and a more interesting story.
The new game, revealed in a brilliant trailer, is set in Vice City, an area that will be familiar to anyone who has played the GTA III title of the same name.. However, the sixth part of the gaming saga takes place in modern times, and such classic adventures as street captures and ATV invasions are also provided.
The story follows a new main character named Lucia, who was released from prison at the beginning of the game. She is the franchise's first female heroine, and it looks like the story will follow the tale of Bonnie and Clyde as she tries to escape power and avoid going back to prison.