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New Rockstar job listing hints that GTA 6 could be almost finished

Published: 22/Jun/2020 10:34

by Joe Craven


Many Grand Theft Auto fans believe that a few new Rockstar Games job listings could hint at GTA 6 actually being near completion. 

It’s difficult to think of an unannounced game ever being as highly anticipated as Grand Theft Auto 6. It has been nearly seven years since the original launch of GTA V, but speculation over a sequel has never quite stopped.

The PS5 reveal was disappointing for many, with a GTA V next-gen remaster being announced instead of GTA 6, but recent job listings could suggest that a sixth installment is not actually that far away.

Los Santos with GTA V logo
The GTA V Remaster was met with mixed feedback.

Job listings for Rockstar India, dating back to the start of June, advertise positions for game-testers, suggesting a game is nearing completion. Rockstar has long been known as a global company, with studios in England, Scotland, the USA, and India.

The game’s responsibilities are also advertised, requiring applicants to be able to “test games and applications across various platforms, gaining an extensive knowledge of each”.

The listings suggest that Rockstar are testing a game near completion. If a game – or, at least, large portions of a game – was not nearly completed, the developer’s focus would not be on game testing, but on broader development.

Rockstar India new job listing
The job listing in full.

Confirmation of a GTA V Remaster was taken as a hint that GTA 6 is not particularly close to completion, but the new job listings have cast doubt on this.

It seems that fans will have to continue to wait for a reveal and official confirmation. Rumors thus far have stated that the game could be up to 70% complete, but these job listings suggest it could be even higher.


Terrible GTA Online bug makes it impossible to use bunkers

Published: 24/Nov/2020 15:52

by Connor Bennett


GTA Online players are still having their bunker business missions ruined thanks to a bug that won’t let them enter their not-so-secret base. 

For the longest time, the best way to make money in Grand Theft Auto Online came through jobs and heists. Players would have to grind them out, over and over again, to be able to stack up cash.

Eventually, Rockstar Games brought businesses into the fold – allowing players to make money passively, before having to complete one delivery job at the end for an absolutely huge sum of money. 

The most lucrative of these jobs center around bunkers and the Gunrunning business, where, as the name suggests, you become an arms dealer. However, some players are struggling to run their businesses properly. 

A car driving into a bunker in GTA Online
Rockstar Games
Owning a bunker will unlock GTA Online’s Gunrunning business options.

The problem isn’t an overly complicated one, instead, it’s just simple. Players can’t access the bunkers. No matter if they’re on foot or in a car, the yellow circle that you usually use to enter just won’t do anything. 

What that means is, players like Reddit user TheAlphamale82, are left to drive around in circles hoping that something might change. But, sadly, it doesn’t and you end up locked outside the bunker unless you want to restart the game.

However, not even a restart is a magic cure, as the problem can still persist in other lobbies. It really is a peculiar problem – and it is one that is affecting different players. 

[Bug/glitch] R* please fix this, this is getting really annoying. I am unable to resupply my bunker by stealing supplies and before this was recorded someone was having the same problem from GTAV

Others like Aberfergie and r3d-v3n0m noted that they have run into the issue as well, and that they’ve flagged a ticket with Rockstar Support. However, while the devs have supposedly said they’ll work on it, they haven’t found a fix. 

The winter update, which will bring the Cayo Perico heist to GTA Online is right around the corner, and that update should address some issues. Hopefully, the bunker problem is one of them.