Rockstar might be working on a 'AAA' open world VR game

Ruben Fields
July 7, 2020

The firm is hiring for a number of roles at its Sydney studio, including senior programmers, engine programmers, designers and animators. 2020 will mark the seventh year of Video Games Deluxe working exclusively for Rockstar, so the studio says it's "excited" to be taking on what it describes as a "ground breaking project". With GTA 5 recently announced for PS5 there's demonstration that Rockstar is interested in further expanding the reach of their current Grand Theft Auto.

New GTA 6 theories are swirling after the developers of L.A. Noire: The VR Case Files revealed on LinkinIn they're gearing up for a new Rockstar Games project. Case Files, made a post on LinkedIn.

Although not explosively, virtual reality gmaing is spreading more and more, thanks to the success of devices such as PlayStation VR and Oculus. Video Games Deluxe includes former Team Bondi members among its staff, most notably creative director Brendan McNamara, so the pedigree is pretty high.

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LA Noire: The VR Case Files was an interesting take on Rockstars investigative crime series. The brief post describes the project as a "AAA open world title in VR for Rockstar". Nonetheless, stay tuned to Shacknews for updates and information on the new AAA VR game from Rockstar.

The LinkedIn post doesn't mention which IP Video Game Deluxe could be working on, but a few possibilities spring to mind. There's not a ton to go on at the moment, but folks are already speculating that we could be seeing movement on a new installment of a mega-popular franchise. Analysts predicted that this title would push the development of VR games.

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