GTA 6 developer Rockstar Games has been looking for game testers in Edinburgh, India, and Lincoln The rumor mill has been churning out reviews about the release of GTA 6 for pretty some time now, despite no official announcement from its makers Rockstar.
Although most of it has been nothing greater than unsubstantiated hearsay, the chatter hasn’t stopped and anticipation has in no way been greater as followers wait for a professional announcement from the developer.
The “Grand Theft Auto” franchise is one of the best-selling video game franchises of all time, however, hasn’t had a primary release since 2013’s “Grand Theft Auto V.” While its online multiplayer mode has been keeping gamers entertained with normal updates over the years, followers have been anxiously ready something new.
Now, it looks like fans’ needs will finally be coming true and the highly-anticipated upcoming GTA 6 title is one step nearer to its release, and developer Rockstar Games has dropped the largest hint with its current job listing.
Rockstar Hiring Game Testers for GTA 6?
Last week, Rockstar Games posted job listings searching for game testers in several locations, which include its offices in Edinburgh, Lincoln, and India, to be part of their team.
Although there is no confirmation that the company is in search of employees to test GTA 6, it does point out in one of the advertisements that candidates want to be familiar with the company’s previous titles, so there may be a good risk the new release is a new release of a game that has already been launched.
Game developers generally ramp up game testing in the final stages of manufacturing and when the game is close to a launch. This has sparked speculation amid the gaming neighborhood that the release of GTA 6 may be imminent.
Although Rockstar is searching for game testers, its job listings ought to be for GTA 5 and GTA Online, which are going to be released on PS5 and Xbox Series X/S this year. They should additionally be hiring for the Red Dead Redemption franchise’s multiplayer mode Red Dead Online, which Rockstar continues to support. Another opportunity should be that Rockstar is hiring testers for Bully two or merely replacing newly vacant positions.