- Rockstar has banned the discussion of Grand Theft Auto 6 on its official Twitch channel.
- The company wants to showcase its work on GTA Online, which has a large and engaged player population.
- Rockstar may relax these restrictions after GTA 6 is out in 2022. Some users have used GTA 5+1 as a workaround.
Rockstar has just confirmed that GTA 6 is in development, and the company seems to want to keep it a mystery. This doesn’t mean GTA 6 fans have stopped wanting details.
They constantly ask the corporation about the game’s release. Rockstar has reportedly had enough of GTA VI-related queries on Twitch.
In reaction, Rockstar has announced that Grand Theft Auto 6 discussion is no longer allowed on its official Twitch channel.
New filters restrict mentions of GTA 6 in recent streams; this is Rockstar’s YouTube strategy.
After years of leaks, speculation, and rumors, Rockstar revealed GTA 6 in 2022. Rockstar hasn’t announced GTA 5’s sequel, but recent claims offer key details.
GTA 6 will supposedly have a female protagonist and be set in Miami.
Reddit users have noted that Rockstar may ignore inquiries about the game. Some users have used GTA 5+1 as a hilarious workaround. GTA 6 isn’t coming soon.
Rockstar may want users to switch to the “GTA Online” platform because of the ban on Twitch.
It shouldn’t be surprising to see Grand Theft Auto 6 references. Rockstar’s game is the most anticipated ever.
This type of chat censorship may anger GTA 6 fans, but it’s apparent why Rockstar took them.
The studio wants to showcase its work on GTA Online, which has a large and engaged player population. Rockstar may relax these restrictions after GTA 6 is out.