While Rockstar continues to work on GTA VI, a fan has created a video depicting what a hypothetical sequel to GTA: Vice City might look like if it were created with modern technology. TeaserPlay’s project is generated with Unreal Engine 5 and Epic’s Nanite and Lumen technologies to bring a realistic lighting effect to the presentation.
Tommy Vercetti as he returns to Vice City after 37 years
The video features an aging Tommy Vercetti as he returns to Vice City after 37 years and reflects on the past. It combines authentic settings from the game with updated visuals that demonstrate how much the notorious city has changed over the previous few decades.
An official Vice City sequel is doubtful at this time, especially with Vercetti’s voice actor Ray Liotta’s demise, although a remastered version of the 2002 game is included in the Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy collection for those who wish to return the Miami-influenced streets. This package includes GTA III and GTA: San Andreas and remasters all three games for PC and contemporary consoles.
Extremely Frustrating and Upsetting
Regarding Grand Theft Auto 6, a recent leak was “extremely frustrating and upsetting” for Take-Two Interactive. “From a business standpoint, we are unaffected,” Strauss Zelnick, the company’s CEO, stated at the time. Yet, on a personal and emotional level, our employees are affected.
Around 175 million copies of GTA V have been sold to date, largely due to the durability of its multiplayer function, GTA Online. The game has been a major success for the publisher and Rockstar.