“Would be interesting, especially during the heists”: GTA 6 Could Take GTA: San Andreas’ Best Mechanic and Push it Using Next-Gen to Really Immerse and Make You Think About Your Own Life

After all, San Andreas is one of the franchises' best games.

GTA 6

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  • The gaming community hopes to see the return of one revolutionary feature in GTA 6.
  • Rockstar Games should reflect on the success of older games for the upcoming sequel.
  • Grand Theft Auto 6 is set to be released sometime next year and the fans are beyond excited.
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GTA 6 is expected to be released sometime next year, and the gaming community is beyond excited for the upcoming sequel. The developers understand the immense hype and anticipation, and Rockstar Games has never dropped the ball once and is not planning to anytime soon.

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The fans have high hopes that this sequel will be worth the long wait. Players waited a decade and then some to see the first preview and already shared their feelings regarding one classic feature from an older game to be reintroduced in this massive and detailed project.

Rockstar Games Better Bring Back One Feature for GTA 6

The gaming community believes one feature would fit right in GTA 6 and make the experience more realistic.
The gaming community believes one feature would fit right in GTA 6 and make the experience more realistic.

Rockstar Games has always been on top of the game when it comes to developing a realistic gaming experience. The developers were way ahead of their time with the real-time hair growth in Red Dead Redemption 2 but achieved something much more impressive, like the muscle and fat system that was originally introduced in GTA: San Andreas, which was released back in 2004. Fans believe these two advanced features could spice up the GTA 6 experience.

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Rockstar Games should seriously consider bringing this beloved feature back for the upcoming GTA game. The in-game physics can be a massive game changer and will have an impact on how the character moves in the game.

It will also encourage the players to be wearier and more mindful of how they treat the playable characters by putting them on a diet and starting a workout regimen to maintain a strong physique. The mission variety of Grand Theft Auto games has always been strong and highlights specific features like stamina and such; this will factor into how a mission will be played depending on the weight gained or muscle loss.

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GTA: San Andreas Laid the Groundwork for GTA 6

Rockstar Games was way ahead of its time and could revolutionize older mechanics for GTA 6.
Rockstar Games was way ahead of its time and could revolutionize older mechanics for GTA 6.

The developers better have something to show for after all these years and need to up their game with the mechanics. Fans hope to see an improvement with gore and dismemberment compared to the last two major games, which are GTA 5 and Red Dead Redemption 2

Game development takes time, and expectations grow along with it. It is time for the developers to showcase the power of the latest version of the Rockstar Advanced Game Engine and give the gaming community the definitive next-gen gaming experience.

It will likely be a revolutionary change to incorporate the weight and physique of the playable characters during a mission, and it will enforce the idea of making each player experience unique. Previous games have a similar feature, but on a scale where the player’s choice will drastically affect their play style.

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Rockstar Games has always been among the leaders in the game industry and utilizes an older mechanic on a much more refined version of the engine. Perhaps the key to the future lies within the past.

Would you like to see the real-time mechanics make a comeback in GTA 6? Let us know in the comments section below!

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