GTA 6 rival ‘EVERYWHERE’ set to come to PS5 & Xbox Series X|S

Connor Bennett
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EVERYWHERE, the game being developed by a number of former Rockstar developers, is seemingly coming to PS5 and Xbox Series X|S after moving to Unreal Engine.

Grand Theft Auto fans from around the globe are hoping to hear more from Rockstar Games regarding what they’ve got in store for GTA 6. 

As of now, the devs are focusing on GTA 5 and GTA Online as they’re rolling out updates for the next-gen consoles, but fans have got something else to look forward to as well – EVERYWHERE.

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The mysterious game is being developed by Build A Rocket Boy Studio, which includes former key Rockstar names like Leslie Benzies, and it could actually be coming to the new consoles thanks to a switch in engines. 

There have been many rumors about GTA 6.

The developers gave an update on their Facebook page, noting that the game is moving to being developed on Unreal Engine, and that they are also taking on more staff to help with their new project.

As Rockstar Intel points out, the game had previously been being developed on Amazon’s Lumberyard Engine. Unreal Engine, which is claimed to be the most powerful 3D creation engine in the world, will support the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and the previous gen. 

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That has quickly sparked speculation from some quarters of the GTA fanbase, suggesting that it could be coming before Rockstar launch a new game. However, that is purely speculation as of now.

Screenshot of a facebook post from the EVERYWHERE devsThe move to Unreal Engine was announced on Facebook.

In addition to the engine move, Build A Rocket Boy Studio has also taken on an additional round of funding. However, unlike the previous round of funding which netted them $42 million, the figure for this one hasn’t been disclosed. 

The game, which is described as an open-world sci-fi title, is expected to challenge the next installment in the Grand Theft Auto series given the names behind it, but we’ll just have to wait and see what actually comes from it once it’s revealed.

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