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Summit1g explains why the end is near for GTA RP on Twitch

Published: 16/May/2019 22:19 Updated: 17/May/2019 0:30

by Eli Becht

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Twitch star Jaryd ‘Summit1g’ Lazar explained how the “end could be near” on his GTA RP career after saying he’s now in full “YOLO” mode.

When Summit made the switch to GTA RP his viewership skyrocketed and it encouraged a lot of other streamers to get into it after seeing how fun it could be.

After playing it every day on nearly every stream, it’s no surprise it got tiring and Summit revealed that we might be close to the end of it on his channel.

Rockstar GamesGTA V has been Summit’s game of choice for quite some time now.

The sun is setting on RP

As Summit was entering his in-game apartment, he revealed that he was actually thinking about logging off for good.

“We’re kind of at a full fucking YOLO mode,” he said. “I feel like the end is near potentially for RP and I’m not totally sure yet, but it’s possible and I’m a little worried that I’m not gonna be able to get to do some cool shit I wanna do.”

With him saying this, it doesn’t mean GTA RP is gone for good, at least not right away. What it does mean is we could be seeing a different selection of games going forward.

Summit has been really leaning into variety streaming in 2019, starting off with Sea of Thieves then playing games like GTA V, CS:GO, Mordhau, just to name a few.

He made this choice after playing Fortnite Battle Royale for a while and becoming increasingly frustrated with it. He experienced a major burnout after that and he has since hopped around to games he enjoys playing.

summit1g / TwitchSummit plays all sorts of games on stream now.

This has made a sizable impact on his stream as you can tell he’s in an overall better mood and he hit his highest sub count ever while playing Sea of Thieves of all things.

As long as Summit continues to enjoy GTA RP, we can expect to see more of it but don’t expect him to stick around for long when he stops enjoying it.

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GTA 6 fans believe Super Bowl 55 could have a reveal after Vice City teasers

Published: 24/Jan/2021 12:48

by Connor Bennett

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Grand Theft Auto fans are hopeful that Super Bowl 55 could have some answers about GTA 6, given that Super Bowl 54 seemingly had teasers a year ago. 

Despite complete silence from Rockstar Games, there is no bigger question in gaming right now than ‘when will we finally get our hands on GTA 6?’

There has been all manner of rumors, leaks, and teasers in the last few years, with players digging through Grand Theft Auto V, Red Dead Redemption, and even Rockstar Games’ trademarks for possible clues.

All signs have pointed towards a return to Vice City after last year, at Super Bowl 54, a number of the television crews broadcasting the game used Vice City graphics and references. Now, with Super Bowl 55 on the horizon, GTA fans are hoping for more of the same. 

GTA Online character with a car and house
Rockstar Games
There have been plenty of rumors about GTA 6, but nothing official yet.

With Super Bowl 54, it was a little easier to make the Vice City references, given that the game was played in Miami – the city that the iconic GTA location is based on.

In the case of Super Bowl 55, though, players are hoping that, because The Weeknd is performing at the Half Time show on February 7, there might be more clues – given that there have been rumors he’s been working with Rockstar

“I could see a 15-30 second commercial of a car starting up or a cinematic shot of whatever city the game takes place in followed by the Rockstar and GTA VI Logo being a VERY SLIGHT possibility,” said Redditor ItsTreDay, noting that a game announcement would be enough – nevermind gameplay or anything else. 

The Superbowl is coming back up in a few weeks. While unlikely, I feel a teaser is possible this year from GTA6

Others quickly agreed. “They couldn’t ask for a better announcement opportunity,” said one fan. “Fingers crossed. Wish we get some info from them. Even if it was just a logo,” added another.

However, some aren’t convinced, questioning why Rockstar would need to spend money on advertising at the Super Bowl. In recent years, 30-second ad spots at the Super Bowl have commanded around $5.6 million.

Rockstar knows how much hype there is about GTA 6, and whenever they decide to tease it, or start to roll out a reveal, it’s going to get serious attention anyway. But, we’ll just have to wait and see – they could switch things up for once.