Red Dead Redemption 2, GTA game developers come together to create a massive new game
The month of December has officially begun and will be expected to be an exciting month for gaming. It’s the time for the Game Awards will be held on the 7th of December Geoff Keighley is releasing a number of exciting surprises in celebration of this year’s event’s 10-year anniversary. Also, we know we know that Rockstar Games will be dropping the GTA VI trailer in the coming month.
If you remember, Rockstar took to the internet last month to say, “We are very excited to announce that, in the first week of December we’ll release the very initial trailer for the sequel to Grand Theft Auto. We are looking for many more years of sharing our experiences with you all.” This trailer may be released any time now, or any time to be precise, so you’ll see the reason why the fans have reached the top of the hype ladder. In addition to the excitement surrounding the trailer, a pre-order date was also announced from the UK retailer. Following years of speculation It’s a wild thought that it will actually be real to gaze on. There’s a chance you’ll be thrilled to learn that the previous GTA or the Red Dead Redemption 2 creators have teamed up in a new endeavor.
Rockstar Games co-founder Dan Houser has created a brand new transmedia firm, named Absurd Ventures. The company appears to have Houser has signed up several former Rockstar developers who have worked on various GTA projects, including Red Dead Redemption 2 which is good news. According to revealed by PCGamesN and creator Lazlow Jones as well as the writer Michael Unsworth are two of the people who’ve decided to join Houser in the Absurd Venture. Absurd Venture.
Houser departed Rockstar Games in 2020. This is a good sign Unsworth has joined the board. He served as vice-president of writing for Rockstar and managed the work of various Rockstar’s well-known series. He is believed to be in charge of Absurd Venture’s stories as well as narrative work.
The studio could be focused on the creation of “new universes” to “tell great stories”. Being a “transmedia” firm, don’t expect Absurd Ventures to limit itself to gaming. Based on the talented people already employed at the firm, we can certainly expect games plans, however I’m guessing Houser will be looking to explore across different disciplines. We’re looking forward to more.