With development underway for Grand Theft Auto 6, Rockstar is making a big hiring push, with more than two hundred positions available at the company. Courtesy of a find from PCGamesN, Rockstar has revealed a wave of vacancies throughout their studios around the world. The positions up for grabs cover a wealth of game development disciplines, from art and animation to analytics, game design, scripting, marketing, IT, customer experience, and human resources. 

With studios in London, Toronto, India, New York, New England, Dundee, and Leeds, Rockstar are pulling in as many people as possible for future projects – chief among which would be GTA 6, as well as GTA Online. According to findings from Hitmarker, which specialises in tracking job listings throughout the gaming industry and esports markets, 70 vacancies were posted within a 24-hour timeframe, with a staggering 227 positions waiting to be filled. 

The variety of positions are available suggests the development of GTA 6 has become the studio’s main priority. Rockstar has openings for roles such as Interior Environment Artists, 3D Character Artists, Technical Mission Designers, and Associate Designers who specialise in Open World Events and World and Population. 

Back in March, as previously reported by GameLuster, Rockstar launched GTA+, a membership program designed exclusively for GTA Online across the PS5 and Xbox Series X/S. At $5.99 a month, the service provides “easy access to valuable benefits for new and long-standing players on the latest generation consoles.”

GTA V is available on a range of platforms – PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC. Elsewhere, Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition is currently available across all major platforms. Released in November 2021, the trilogy is a remastered compilation of GTA IIIGTA: Vice City, and GTA: San Andreas

For all future updates on the Grand Theft Auto franchise and more, stay tuned right here at GameLuster.

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