GTA 6 can bring back a great Red Dead Redemption 2 function, but in a developed and improved form. Red Dead Redemption 2 is one of the most impressive games of all time from a systems perspective. One of these systems involved places that would grow and evolve in real time. During the game, this happened in Valentine. And it seems that Rockstar Games can bring this concept back for GTA 6, but in the process, the function takes to the next level.
A recently appeared Take-Two Interactive patent from 2017 is currently making rounds within Grand Theft Auto society. For those who do not know: Take-Two Interactive is the parent company of Rockstar Games, the producers of both GTA and Red Dead Redemption. As for the patent, it naturally does not refer to a single specific game, but the content has led many to believe that it probably has something to do with the system-heavy open-world games Rockstar Games specializes in.
As alluded to, in red death Redemption 2, areas developed during the game, but the player had no real impact on this. The new patent describes a system in which the player greatly influences the course of this development.
“As another example, an older dilapidated neighborhood can be created by filling it with a larger proportion of assets labeled ̵
Again, there is no way to know if this patent is related to GTA 6 and even if it is, who knows what will come of it. That said, despite this uncertainty, it has Grand Theft Auto fans happy.
Now look at this excerpt from a patent from Rockstar Games in 2017.
It seems that we will be able to “improve” the neighborhood in the game, and this will change them to be gentrified.
Holy shit. pic.twitter.com/gRcT5nhCoR
– Big Jim Colosimo (@chi_colossimo) January 16, 2021
At the time of publication, Take-Two Interactive has not commented on the patent above in any way, nor the speculation it has created. If this changes, we will be sure to update the history with what is provided.