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GTA 6 Gameplay Looks Surprisingly Similar to Red Dead Redemption 2

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GTA 6‘s weapon system is also shaping up to be fascinatingly similar to the one we saw in RDR 2. Not only does the game’s weapons/items wheel look closer to the one seen in RDR 2, but GTA 6‘s playable characters interact with those weapons in more organic ways. For instance, one clip shows a GTA 6 protagonist independently choosing to drop and pick up a weapon (which reacts to both actions fairly organically). In the past, GTA games have treated weapons on the ground (and items in your hands) as elaborate power-ups rather than independent items. Again, RDR 2 utilized a similar approach to item physics and interactions.

However, the most fascinating RDR 2 connection I’ve seen in GTA 6 so far happens during a leaked gameplay section that sees the GTA 6 protagonists rob a diner. The way that the player characters interact with the staff/hostages is very similar to how similar scenes play out in RDR 2. It really does seem like GTA 6 will allow you to perform far more robberies/heists, so it makes sense that Rockstar would utilize the more elaborate robbery mechanics seen in RDR 2.

Furthermore, the person who claims to have leaked that GTA 6 media in the first place recently posted that GTA 6 will feature an “RDR 2 dialog system” and “RPG elements (food, fatigue, tiredness, hydration).” While I haven’t found obvious evidence of either feature in any of the leaked GTA 6 clips, the other, more obvious ways that this early version of GTA 6 resembles RDR 2 lead me to believe that there might be something to those claims.

Personally, I suspect that GTA 6 will ultimately fall closer to the middle of GTA 5 and RDR 2 in terms of its gameplay and general design philosophies. I do think the game will feature a few of the more realistic design elements we saw in RDR 2, but we’ve also seen evidence of slightly more arcade-like or “over-the-top” action sequences in the GTA 6 footage. I imagine Rockstar wants to go for a “best of both worlds” approach, though it’s certainly a little interesting to see that GTA 6 looks closer to RDR 2 at this very early stage than some fans suspected it might.

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