GTA 6 Trailer Might Be Around Soon, Rockstar’s Job Listing Reveals

GTA 6 Trailer Might Be Around Soon, Rockstar’s Job Listing Reveals

Rockstar is looking for someone to capture cinematic gameplay for their marketing campaign, which probably means GTA 6 trailer is on the way.

Over seven years have passed since the launch of Grand Theft Auto 5 and we haven’t even received any confirmation from Rockstar Games on a sequel yet. The developer always tends to ignore the media and stay tight-lipped about its upcoming projects until they are only one or two years away from launch. With some of the reporters believing that the next GTA game will be around in 2023 or beyond, it’s safe to say that game should be revealed sometime in 2021 or 2022. Now, a recent job opening on Rockstar Games’ official webpage hints at GTA 6 trailer.

According to the description of the job, Rockstar Games needs someone to capture cinematic gameplay footage in order to use it in online and TV campaigns. It’s clearly a role for helping the team in creating commercial teasers and announcement trailers. While Rockstar Games’ upcoming project is yet to be revealed, but our best guess is the new hiring has something to do with GTA 6 trailer.

Rockstar Hiring, GTA 6 Trailer

Regarding the fact that Grand Theft Auto 5 is slated to launch on PS5 and Xbox Series X|S later this year, Rockstar Games might not reveal GTA 6 in 2021 as it could affect the sales of GTA 5 on new consoles negatively.

Since the launch of Red Dead Redemption 2, we haven’t heard anything about the next project of the studio. However, some reports suggest that GTA 6 is still in the early stages of development and it wouldn’t be out soon.

Dan Houser, one of the key members of the Rockstar Games studios and the man behind who took the helm for writing the story of Red Dead Redemption 2 and some other popular titles of the company, left the studio back in 2019. He and Lesley Benzies both had big roles in developing GTA 5, but they are now out of the business and it’s yet to be seen how it would affect GTA 6 and its development process.