While Rockstar continues work on GTA VI, one fan has put together a concept video showing what a potential sequel to GTA: Vice City could look like if it was developed with today's technology. Produced by TeaserPlay, the project is rendered in Unreal Engine 5 and uses Epic's Nanite and Lumen technologies to add a touch of realistic lighting to the presentation.
Featuring an older Tommy Vercetti as he returns to Vice City after 37 years and reminisces about the past, the video mixes original locations from the game with updated visuals showing just how much the infamous city has changed over the course of several decades.
An official Vice City sequel is unlikely at this point in time--especially with Vercetti's voice actor Ray Liotta passing away--but for anyone looking to revisit the Miami-influenced streets of that 2002 game, a remastered version is available as part of the Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy collection. That version is bundled alongside GTA III and GTA: San Andreas, and remasters all three games for PC and modern consoles.
As for GTA 6, a recent leak was "really frustrating and upsetting" for publisher Take-Two Interactive. "As a business matter we're not affected," CEO Strauss Zelnick said at the time. "But as a personal matter and an emotional matter, our teams are affected."
GTA V continues to be a huge hit for the publisher and Rockstar, thanks to the longevity of its multiplayer mode GTA Online, as over 175 million copies of the game have been sold so far.