Rockstar North President Leslie Benzies said there’s “45 years worth of ideas” that the company can draw upon for the “Grand Theft Auto” franchise.
The website Develop-Online interviewed Benzies, asking him about “GTA VI,” which hasn’t been announced at all.
“We’ve got about 45 years worth of ideas we want to do,” Benzies said with a laugh.
“We don’t know what GTA VI will be, but we’ve got some ideas. GTA Online is the focus right now. There ain’t no rest between finishing V and then Online. Plus we have some other things – stuff, DLC, I don’t know how to describe it exactly – that we’d like to do, and we’ll pick the right ones.”
Benzies didn’t mention a PC, Xbox One, or PS4 version of “GTA V.”
“But really… we’ll make what we want. No, wait, don’t print that: we’ll make what people want, and that’s the truth,” said Benzies. “The game always comes first,” he added.
“GTA V” is currently available only for the Xbox 360 and PS3.
A Change.org petition has gathered more than 670,000 signatures to bring the game to the PC.
There’s been a number of unconfirmed and sketchy rumors about a PC version of the game. Reports a few weeks ago said that Gamestop posted a listing for “GTA V” for the PC before it was taken down. It had a release date in June.