Grand Theft Auto online gamers ask for GTA 4 minigames
Some Grand Theft Auto Online gamers believe the game should borrow some of the mini-games featured in Grand Theft Auto 4.
Grand Theft Auto Online there’s no shortage of activities players can participate in, ranging from races to elaborate heists and more. Grand Theft Auto Online gamers can spend hundreds of hours in the game and still find something new to do, which is part of the reason why it has remained so popular almost a decade after its initial launch. However, there is always room for improvement, with some GTA Online players suggesting the game might take some ideas from Grand Theft Auto 4.
Grand Theft Auto 4 presented a number of mini-games for the protagonist Niko Bellic to do to pass the time. Often, Niko would participate in these activities with his cousin Roman or on a date, giving grand Theft Auto 4 players have something to do besides progressing through the main story or hunting down all of the collectibles in Liberty City. While these grand Theft Auto 4 there was nothing extravagant about the mini-games, it seems that some GTA Online players want to see them added to the game.
Reddit user ChainedGraboid posted an image to the GTA Online subreddit of the different Grand Theft Auto 4 mini-games like bowling, billiards or air hockey with the message “Rockstar … When?” The post received a positive response from the community, with over 1,300 upvotes at the time of writing.
Addition of these Grand Theft Auto 4 mini-games Grand Theft Auto Online would give players something new to do and provide a different way to interact with other players. While GTA Online players mainly kill others on their server, this would allow players to have more friendly competitions. Instead of running around shooting each other, they could see who could get a higher score in bowling or compete against each other in a competitive game of pool.
ChainedGraboid suggested that maybe GTA Online could add a new social space to host these mini-games, although it’s not clear if Rockstar will ever implement something like this. Grand Theft Auto Online updates are still released regularly, and some of them are quite significant, but at some point you have to imagine that Rockstar is going to upgrade to GTA 6 and whatever form its online multiplayer mode takes.
Grand Theft Auto 6 has not been announced at the time of this writing, however, and Rockstar is even working to bring GTA Online to the new consoles. A new generation port of Grand Theft Auto Online is expected to launch in the next few months, although it’s unclear whether it will have any substantial new content. For now, Grand Theft Auto fans who want to play these mini-games will just have to replay grand Theft Auto 4.
Grand Theft Auto Online is available for PC, PS4, and Xbox One with PS5 and Xbox Series X versions in development.
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