Grand Theft Auto supporters have been thinking about the expectations of the series and currently few of this thought has been positioned on the prospect of multiplayer. There is no uncertainty that GTA Online has been a massive success for Rockstar and it has got them millions but there is dispute over the addition of this in GTA 6.
As this mode has included a great amount of additional life to the game, it has had a pessimistic consequence on the one player mode; Rockstar has given more spotlights on creating the multiplayer instead of developing more content for the single player. This has definitely worked for Rockstar but for those supporters who do not approve of playing multiplayer, it gets uninteresting comparatively rapidly.
The addition of GTA:O for the ucoming game could take concentration away from the major game but it could also put in more time to in general game; few supporters are demanding a more toned down multiplayer like the one shown in GTA IV. There are also other supporters however who are asking for a totally diverse multiplayer system where gamers join each other’s cities and finish co-op missions jointly.
Having a huge number of gamers per server creates more confusion and fast game mode matchmaking; the key focus of the gamers who are discontented with the latest system is on the facility to buy things in the world and the insertion of cops.
The public appears to be very frayed on this problem and Rockstar has formerly said that they decide to add Grand Theft Auto Online in many othe games however it is yet not obvious precisely how this may work.