Take-Two Interactive Has Already Registered a Domain Called GTA Vice City Online

According to a domain, owned by Take-Two Interactive, referring to GTA Vice City, the next Grand Theft Auto title might be set in Vice City.

August 17, 2020

Take-Two Interactive, the parent company for Rockstar Games, seemingly owns a GTA-related domain called GTA Vice City Online, which has ignited the rumors around the next Grand Theft Auto entry once again.

It’s been nearly seven years since the launch of Grand Theft Auto V on PS3 and Xbox 360, and still, we haven’t got any official announcement on the next iteration of the series. That said, some reports suggest that GTA VI is in the early stages of development and probably won’t release anytime soon. This sounds reasonable as Rockstar Games will be launching Grand Theft Auto V in 2021 for PS5 and Xbox Series X, which probably means there would be no official announcement for the next game in the series at least until 2022.

Recently, a reddit user has found something interesting related to the Grand Theft Auto series. Apparently, Take-Two Interactive owns a domain named, and as you may guess, the original GTA Vice City game has never featured an online section.

While some believe that many companies try to acquire different types of websites related to their projects and titles, some other assume that the next Grand Theft Auto game will be set in Vice City, and would probably be called VIce City to demonstrate the “VI” symblem.

As always, we suggest you to take it with a grain of salt, but to be honest, it would be great to get back to Vice City once again over 18 years after the original launch of GTA Vice City.

Los Santos probably won’t seem interesting for the fans of the series after exploring it for years in GTA San Andreas and GTA V, so it’s a high possiblity to see that next game in the series is set in a whole new city or at least one of the cities that was featured in the franchise years earlier.

Mehrdad Khayyat

Mehrdad (He/Him) is a Senior Staff Writer at DualShockers. He started writing about video games when he was a high-school student. He's probably one of those rare Rainbow Six Siege fans that have the game installed and updated on every available platform.

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