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Rockstar Needs to Bring Back This Fan-Favorite Element in GTA 6 for Missions Passed Successfully

Published 11/21/2023, 9:19 AM EST

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GTA 6 has been consistently trending on the internet ever since Rockstar shared a trailer announcement for the upcoming game. Fans are curious to know more about their anticipated installment in the open-world franchise. However, some of the players, who have grown up enjoying the iconic Grand Theft Auto titles, are looking forward to the return of a special feature in the next entry. It was missing in the last major offering from Rockstar – GTA V.

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Grand Theft Auto 6 has created a big buzz online due to various reports surrounding it. Thanks to endless rumors and claims, the game has managed to stay afloat in discussions and daily trends. But there are many nostalgia lovers out there who want to see the comeback of a beloved element from classic installments prior to GTA V.

Players urge Rockstar to add this beloved feature to GTA 6 that was cut from GTA V and even Red Dead Redemption 2


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For the uninitiated, when GTA 3 was launched in 2001, Rockstar introduced an interesting aspect to its story mode. After completing every campaign mission, players used to hear a ‘Mission Passed’ sound. After GTA 3, this element was seen in GTA Vice City too. Moreover, it was also witnessed in Grand Theft Auto San Andreas.

The feature was brought back once again in 2005’s Liberty City Stories. 2008’s Grand Theft Auto IV was the last installment to have ‘Mission Passed’ themes for the quests completed by the players. After that, Rockstar didn’t include this element in GTA V in 2013. Even 2018’s Red Dead Redemption 2 didn’t have it.


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But it seems like the fans who played classic GTA games want this aspect of the series to come back once again. On Reddit, a user recently urged Rockstar to add mission complete themes back again. According to the Redditor, having this addition was quite fun in previous offerings.

The sounds are used to elevate the feeling of finishing a certain quest after putting in all the effort. It will be interesting to see whether Rockstar will bring back this feature in GTA 6 or not. So far, even the plot of the game is yet to be fully unearthed, let alone getting other crucial elements.

What to expect from the story and missions in the next Grand Theft Auto?


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Going by the rumors, GTA 6 is expected to have two primary protagonists. The male character is said to be named Jason, while his female partner might be known as Lucia. Also, the latter will mark the first time a GTA title will have a female central character. Apart from this, there’s hardly anything else known publicly.

Moreover, the game is also said to have a dynamic weather system alongside a smart cop structure. This means police officers won’t spawn out of nowhere once criminal activity takes place, compared to past games. They will be able to recognize the criminal’s vehicles while adding depth to the chase.


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As of now, all eyes are set on the awaited first reveal trailer of GTA 6. According to an official update from devs, it’s expected to arrive in early December 2023.

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