Grand Theft Auto 5 has been the gold standard for open-world games since its 2013 release. Rockstar Games’ virtual rendition of Los Angeles comes with extraordinary amount character cosmetics and district vehicles that make exploring Los Santos incredibly immersive.
But now that GTA 6is reportedly in the works, Rockstar needs to turn one small detail from GTA 5 into a more fully formed feature to truly make GTA 6 the most immersive open-world game ever released: A robust and fully-functional social media platform.
GTA 5 already has parodies for Facebook and Twitter, hilariously dubbed LifeInvader and Bleeter, respectively. Both joke sites are already thoroughly detailed and can be signed into with any of the game’s three protagonists, which each have drastically different newsfeeds. But what if Rockstar transformed its gag social media site into more of a primary game mechanic in the future single-player and multiplayer modes of GTA 6?