A recent report shared sigificant insights into the development of Grand Theft Auto 6 and the upgrades to Rockstar Games’ RAGE Engine which includes weather and physics.
Grand Theft Auto 6 will offer a lot
The unlimited wait of Grand Theft Auto 6 undoubtedly tested all fans’ patience. Franchise’s dedicated fans are desperate for any news regarding the new Grand Theft Auto game, Grand Theft Auto 6. Unlike previous games, Grand Theft Auto 6 is very long waited game, since it’s been over a decade since Grand Theft Auto 5 made it’s launch.
Although Rockstar officially announced Grand Theft Auto 6 last year, they have kept the lid tightly sealed on substantial details about the game. Nonetheless, amidst this official silence, a steady stream of Grand Theft Auto 6 leaks has started pouring out, providing fans with tantalizing hints and glimpses of what to expect in the upcoming installment.
Meanwhile a released report indicates that Rockstar Games’ RAGE Engine will include new improvements in physics, realistic weather, and enhancements to artificial intelligence, among other features. The report highlights significant improvements in vehicle physics, attributed to a substantial increase in polygon count compared to GTA 5. This promises more precise deformations, resulting in a more realistic depiction of accidents within the game world.
Furthermore, Grand Theft Auto 6 is expected to introduce substantial advancements in water physics and lighting. These enhancements will culminate in the form of a comprehensive weather system, which will impact the game world in various ways.
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For example, storms will make driving more challenging, with gusts damaging vegetation and creating disruptive waves on beaches. Rain and wind will affect vehicle handling at high speeds, while sunrises, sunsets, and nights will feature enhanced realism, promising a more immersive gaming experience.
Only the time reveal what Grand Theft Auto 6 will offer to us but there is no doubt that Grand Theft Auto 6 is the most anticipated game of all time. However, in August, Take-Two Interactive provided a strong indication that Grand Theft Auto 6 is slated for release within the next 20 months, adding fuel to the already burning excitement.