With Rockstar Games still basking in the glow of Grand Theft Auto V‘s compelling success, it may come as a surprise to some that development teams are already hard at work focusing on the next big thing.

Doron Feinstein, Senior Graphics Engineer and now affiliated with Rockstar New England, recently detailed in his resume that he contributed to successfully published titles such as Max Payne 3 and Grand Theft Auto V, however among his history he also touches upon the fact that he is currently working on a “Next version of a famous IP”, which of course at this point is extremely debatable.

With the new-generation of home consoles merely a month away, it would be a safe assumption to expect any development for a new product to be aimed towards them, especially with Rockstar still slowly pulling away from the core design of GTA V.

Whether this project is an expansion to GTA V or potentially a reboot of an older franchise is again, extremely debatable. Many may kindly take to the rumored concept of a sequel to 2010’s open-world, gritty Western experience, Red Dead Redemption or 2006’s satirically controversial school-bound Bully (or Canis Canem Edit) – these two titles being two of the more renowned franchises. However, one may forget the vacancy for a likely Midnight Club revival, or a reprise of the 2005 cult-classic, The Warriors. And I believe we can all agree that it’s safe to say without a prior installment we can rule out the probability of Rockstar picking up development on their most discussed project of 2007, Agent.

With updates being dished out constantly to Grand Theft Auto V and GTA Online, along with the necessary technical support, it’s unlikely we’ll be getting a hold of any further details any time soon, and as for what this new project entails, it’s certainly up for discussion and we want you to be a part of it.

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