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GTA 6 Won’t Be Delayed by Voice Actor Strike, Says Take-Two CEO

As the video game industry faces the possibility of a SAG-AFTRA voice actor strike, Take-Two Interactive, the publisher behind the highly anticipated GTA 6, has taken a confident stance. The CEO, Strauss Zelnick, addressed investor concerns, expressing optimism about ongoing negotiations and the company’s appreciation for its talent.

The current negotiations between SAG-AFTRA and major video game companies are crucial, with actors seeking better terms, including protection against AI replacement, fair pay adjustments, and improved working conditions. While a strike looms over the industry, Zelnick reassures that such an event would not derail GTA 6’s development.

Take-Two’s Preparedness

Zelnick’s assurance of GTA 6’s immunity to delays suggests that the voice recordings for the game might already be complete. This detail hints at the game nearing its final stages of development, much to the excitement of fans eagerly awaiting the sequel to GTA 5.

With the first trailer for GTA 6 expected to drop in early December, the gaming community is on the edge of its seats. Financial forecasts from Take-Two hint at a potential release date within the next year, setting the stage for another blockbuster entry in the Grand Theft Auto series.

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Aritra Patra
Aritra Patra
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