Rockstar reassures its audience: We’ll undoubtedly keep telling stories in single-player games

Rockstar, the shining star in the sky of the industry, carved its name in gold throughout a long history in which it presented many projects and games and every time it proved that it is a difficult number in this field that no one can reach its level. The company’s fame came from the GTA series, the last of which was GTA V released in 2013, and it is still alive today and gets huge online updates, the latest of which is The Cayo Perico Heist.

The continued support of the online company by the company and its announcement of a new improved version for the current generation, and the lack of any addition to the story phase, whether GTA V or Red Dead Redemption 2, made players concerned about its reluctance to offer story games again.

Today Tarek Hamad, Head of Design at Rockstar, confirmed that they will undoubtedly continue to tell future GTA stories within their single player experiences. Scott Butchard added that the latest online update that added the ability to play with a single player is an indication of Rockstar’s interest in providing single-player storytelling experiences as well as online.

They want to respect those players who want to play cooperatively but at the same time allow those who prefer to play alone to participate in this experience. As they saw the strong desire of this class of players via the Internet, so they will put many individual playing elements in their games and will give a unique individual playing experience for all groups.

We recall that, after Rockstar’s thrill of updating The Cayo Perico Heist, its fans felt extremely angry and released the name GTA 6 the trend because everyone began to demand it and not more online updates. But after the launch of Cyberbank 2077, these people turned and some of them began to demand that Rockstar wait and take their time to develop so as not to be hit by the problems that afflicted the CD Project game.