Comparing reality and games shows the developers’ attention to detail. We often look at such comparisons with our mouths open. When Grand Craft Auto VI but it looks like Rockstar Games intends to take believability to the next level and bring it to reality believable and living world.
Sam Houser, founder of Rockstar Games, noted at the GTA 6 presentation that they continue to push the boundaries of what is possible to create immersive storytelling experiences. Anyone who played Red Dead Redemption 2 will probably agree with me that the world was mesmerizing and the game surprised not only the living world, but also the activities and character of the characters. It was the various interactions of the gang in the camps and the random events in the game world that raised the Western action above Grand Theft Auto and its competitors. The creators will want to use all this in the sixth GTA and push it even further.
Grand Theft Auto VI takes us back to the familiar Vice City inspired by Miami, Florida and the surrounding area. In the game, Florida is renamed the State of Leonidas and is said to include three major cities and several smaller towns. It’s been an eternity since the release of GTA: Vice City with Tommy Vercetti, technology has stepped forward, which is clearly visible in the fan comparison.
Rockstar was inspired by real buildings in Miami.. The game will feature buildings such as 1500 Ocean Drive, Royal Palm South Beach or Loews Miami Beach. It’s just that some objects and locations have been modified so that Rockstar doesn’t have to pay for a license. Let’s add to the list the famous South Beach, Biscayne Island, which connects the eastern and western parts of the city, or the Venetian Islands, which are smaller islands. Some parts are modified less, others more, because the designers had to interfere with the layout.
Source :Indian TV