GTA 6 In Development Confirmed By Video Games Tax Relief UK

The development of GTA 6 has been rumored for quite some time now but it looks like the confirmation about this has come from the most bizarre places of all. It looks like Rockstar North filed for a significant increase in its claims for Video Games Tax Relief with HMRC in the UK for 2018/2019.

The claims got approved on the bases that the project is Culturally British, this allows game developers to seek large subsidies for high-cost productions with cultural ties to the UK.

The Culturally  British clause, basically means that the British Film Institute verifies that the game was written and produced by the people of England and that the project is in English. This lets game developers get subsidies from the British government.

Last Year, the voice actor for Trevor in GTA V said that GTA 6 should not be more than a year or two away from being released. Take-Two Interactive has also been pushing for an early release for GTA 6 and hoping to have more frequent releases.

Everything about this sounds exciting it looks like we could get more information about the next installment in the GTA series sooner than expected. While GTA V was released in 2013, Rockstar North has since then been focused on GTA Online which is still growing strong every day.

It is certain that we will have more information about GTA 6 as the year progresses and we will keep updating as soon as more information is leaked. Until then, make sure that you check out other news and guides only on GamerTweak.