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I think there are plenty of great stories we could tell about the UK, great environments to showcase, great gameplay mechanics that could have a UK bent to them – I just don't think it would be a GTA necessarily."That said, it doesn’t hurt to imagine a new GTA: London – hopefully more , which offered a condensed simulacra of the US that could be crossed in around an hour.GTA 5 was vast, but a game that offered a network of country-spanning cities would be on a different scale.Later that day Tim Neff responded to the multitude of fan questions on his Twitter account by saying everything from flatly calling it fake and blaming the incident on “trolls” to stating “I don’t even have a breakdownexpress account.” The resume postings in question on both sites were later amended to change Neff’s credits to read “Grand Theft Auto 5” and “Red Dead Redemption”, despite Neff lacking any officially listed credit in either 2013’s Grand Theft Auto V or 2010’s Red Dead Redemption, according to IMDb.The Instagram photo of the Rockstar San Diego offices was also deleted from his Instagram account.Throwing more water on the GTA: London fire is a 2013 interview with Rockstar's Dan Houser: "I think for us, my gut feeling is, GTA London was cool for the time, but games were more limited then," said Houser."These days I think we would love to set a game in the UK, set in London, whatever, but I don't know if it would be a GTA game.While a London-based return would be brilliant, the GTA atmosphere is very much entwined with its satirical version of the US.
We've seen new modes, cars, clothes, weapons, and even buildings added to the game via new updates but it's been a while since we've gotten another substantial update.Rockstar were allegedly considering reported on speculation that the next GTA title could depart American shores in favour of London.Now there’s nothing in the way of actual evidence for this, although several outlets have echoed the speculation.GTA V saw an incredible console launch in 2013 and continues to see developer support for GTA Online, not to mention the robust modding community that has sprung up around GTA V on PC.Even with Rockstar's Red Dead Redemption 2 around the corner, a sequel seems inevitable.