KEY POINTS

  • Rockstar Games is still mum about anything related to "GTA 6"
  • Among the first rumors about "GTA 6" include a unique setting that will allow players to travel between South America and Vice City
  • The game developer recently listed a job opening for a Photogrammetry Artist

Many fans almost lost hope about "Grand Theft Auto 6" or "GTA 6" when Rockstar Games announced the remasters, but it looks like the tide is slowly turning in their favor and if the latest speculation about the game is anything to go by, it looks like the game developer has deliberately hidden a clue that points to the setting or location of the highly anticipated unannounced game installment.

Among the first rumors about "GTA 6" include a unique setting that will allow players to travel between South America and Vice City, particularly Colombia or Brazil or both. Many fans did not believe this because they found it too ambitious.

However, it appears that a new Rockstar Games job listing echoed this rumor and reignited the speculation that "GTA 6" will have an international location. The game developer recently listed a job opening for a Photogrammetry Artist.

GTA V at 144 Hz FPS with graphic settings maxed out GTA V at 144 Hz FPS with graphic settings maxed out Photo: IBTimes / Jeff Li

Among its responsibilities include "Discuss and plan possible scan locations with the Art Team, both local and international." While this may seem interesting and seemingly support claims that the next "GTA" installment will have an international location, the job listing is looking for someone in Toronto, Canada.

Technically, the U.S. is considered an international location. In addition to this job listing, fans became more excited about "GTA 6" over the past few days following a statement mentioned by Snoop Dogg. In an interview with Rolling Stone, Snoop said he is on board with Dr. Dre's next project.

"I do know he's in the studio. I do know he's making great f** music. And some of his music is connected to the GTA game that's coming out. So I think that will be the way that his music will be released, through the GTA video game," Snoop revealed in the interview.

The rapper's statement did not explicitly state that the material they were working on is for "GTA 6." However, it is safe to say that if Dr. Dre is making brand new music that could be for something as major as "GTA 6."

Some fans believe that the music the rappers were working on is for the upcoming game "GTA 5: Enhanced and Extended Edition," which is set to release very soon. At this point, however, all of these are speculations since Rockstar Games is still mum about anything related to the next "Grand Theft Auto" game installment.