10 Most Wanted Locations/Cities For GTA 6

Although years away, we’re already thinking about where the next game could take place.

Posted By | On 25th, Oct. 2013 Under Feature, Slider | Follow This Author @JakeDem0

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Grand Theft Auto has had a series of settings, most of which we’ve revisited already. San Andreas, of course being one of them as well as Liberty City. Both of these were heavily inspired from  Los Angeles and New York City respectively. While these are some great locations, we’re going to have to see more from Rockstar for Grand Theft Auto 6 to help keep gamers interested and to compete with all the other free roam, sandbox-style titles.

More exotic locations would be nice to see, but even the more mundane examples will work as well. It’s not like locations need to be made up completely out of the blue either. There are some wonderfully vibrant and lively cities around the planet. There’s no real reason we should necessarily be stuck in the United States, which is where the overwhelming majority of the GTA titles have taken place. In fact the only GTA game that has taken place outside of the U.S. was Grand Theft Auto: London, a game that was released way back on the original PlayStation. So let’s take a look at a few possibilities for Grand Theft Auto VI.

Front image by Patrick Brown.

1. Hong Kong:

This one’s kind of obvious, while games have taken place in Hong Kong before it would be incredibly interesting to see Rockstar’s version of the city. The large island off the coast of China’s mainland would certainly be a good starting location and it is already surrounded by water.

The dense cityscape would be sure to make for an interesting environment. There are plenty of neighborhoods and locations to explore, so this one would be a great spot. The rich atmosphere and culturally distinct city of Hong Kong would definitely give the series a change of pace.

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  • Abbie Hoffman

    I would like to see it done a rural area of America for a change. Like in Kentucky.

  • Robert Kitchin

    Now if he had said GTA london, that would have made sense, seeing that it was only ever made prior to 3D graphics, others i felt would have made a great addition would be, GTA Texas, GTA Russia, GTA IRAQ, GTA – (future liberty city 2090?) now these would definitely have made for an addition, don’t you think ?

  • Sombre Monarque

    They Shloud do a map with Chicago & Detroit & Toronto (like in San Andreas three distinct cities) and a story about drugs and gangs.

  • Laura Naccarello

    You guys are crazy GTA needs to to upscale full USA with all large cities built in full detail we could only dream

  • Brendan Pottruff

    jane and finch isn’t even that bad of neighbourhoods IMO, really most of toronto is really safe, so it doesn’t make much sense at all to make a GTA toronto edition. I go to Scarborough very frequently (the run down area with many living on welfare) and everyone there is really nice, not like you’d see in other city ghettos.

  • Vlad12’s Channel

    The location should be Rome…Italy was the country of mafia…Rome is very beautiful and interesting….

  • Steven Cook

    many of the cities on this list are not big enough my opinion however it’s possible to include at least 2 or 3 cities that you could fly to. That would open up the world of GTA for very complex and flexible story lines, plots and extensive strategy. I’m not sure what it would look like to have more than one city for multiplayer but it would be cool to see that happen. It would probably take a lot more disk space, even more than GTA V does but I think it’s possible.

    Grand Theft Auto needs locations with a huge city and many tall buildings with exotic architecture. If Rockstar really is working on a GTA 6 they need to really set the standards high because it’s going to be difficult to outdo themselves after the release of GTA V.

    It would also be nice to have the option to play Grand Theft Auto from the point of view of a detective rather than a criminal. Having options is not a bad thing.

  • sheckyshabaz

    Some of these suggestions are moronic. Ottawa? Are you serious? Vice City was set in Miami. The internet has bred unintelligent people to put their thoughts to a keyboard and present themselves as smart journalists and editors.

    The only ones that make any real sense are Hong Kong and Las Vegas. Granted I loved GTA V set in Los Angeles (Los Santos) and wish they’d continue a sequel from the same location, i highly doubt they’ll do it again.

    I think GTA VI should go big or go home. Instead of a city, be the first video game in history to do a sandbox style off an entire country or build off of the state setting that they attempted to do in San Andreas Go ahead and charge $80-100. Go with the entire state of California again, but with greater detail utilizing Los Santos (LA).

  • Fred

    Maybe can next game be more citys?


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