Anything related to GTA 6 is going to have a place in this house because we’re eager to learn more about Rockstar’s new game. After playing GTA V for 10 years, we’re craving for something new.
That is why today we are talking about a possibility that you have been talking about for a few days both on Reddit and on Twitter, and this is that Rockstar has decided to raise the police stars to 6. Before 5 was the maximum.
And what would it mean that instead of 5 we have 6 stars? Well right now we are going to explain what is rumored in the internet forums these days.
6 stars in GTA 6, here’s what we know
If you have a wanted level or a “wanted” level in GTA V, the police will chase after you. With two stars, they will shoot to kill. With three stars, a helicopter will pursue you, and the police will use more advanced strategies to try to apprehend you.
With four stars, the game’s equivalent of the SWAT team will be after you. With five stars, the streets of Los Santos are filled with murderous cops, all determined to stop you at any cost.
And with six stars? Well, there is no six-star wanted level, at least not in GTA V. Previous games had a system that went up to six stars, but the system was reduced to five stars for the latest GTA game.
Most players accepted it. However, in late 2014, some hardcore players delved into the code of GTA V and found what they claim to be evidence of a hidden sixth wanted level.
One user even managed to activate those 6 stars, and you can watch the video below.
What the 6 stars of GTA 6 would have
According to what we read on Twitter, there are rumors that GTA 6 could introduce a military six-star wanted level featuring tanks, helicopters, and jets flying from their base, providing a tactical experience for players to escape.
As you can see, these six stars go beyond the police, bringing the army into the picture. This means that you would become the most wanted person in Vice City’s history. In such cases, the key might be to escape to Cuba.
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