The realism of GTA VI will be one of the keys to the new Rockstar game.
If a few hours ago we reported that a former Rockstar employee was leaking information about the development of GTA VI, now we could have discovered how the developer works to make its next open world game as realistic as possible, something that would be possible in the long-awaited sequel to GTA V with a dynamic hair growth system much like the one in Red Dead Redemption 2.
As Gizmochina collects, it is rumored that GTA VI will feature a dynamic hair growth system that we were already able to appreciate in the last great release of Rockstar, Red Dead Redemption 2, from which some additional mechanics will be rescued with the aim of transferring realism to consoles and PC.
This would be the dynamic hair growth system in GTA VI
For those who have not played Red Dead Redemption 2 or are unaware of the dynamic hair growth system, it is enough to explain that it is a system that allows the player character’s hair and/or beard to be created over time. In this way, this function allows the characters to appear more realistic and customizable according to the size of their hair and/or beard thanks to a gradual evolution as we play.
However, Rockstar has not ruled on the possibility of the game having this very interesting feature for the promising GTA 6, of which it resents sharing details despite the fact that the project is going to reach ten years of development.
One of the aspects that has been commented the most about the game is how will try to revolutionize the formula of open worlds, something usual when it comes to Rockstar Games titles. According to rumors, everything indicates that there will be a constantly evolving map it will add new places to visit as time progresses. However, we will have to wait for the long-awaited first trailer of the title to find out for sure.