There is no doubt that Nintendo Switch is among the most popular joy-cons of recent memory. It continues to break records after records, a proof of its prominent success in the industry. This is why some “Gta 5” fans cannot help but think of the possibility of bringing the game to the console.

According to Express, developer Rockstar Games praised Nintendo Switch for being a robust gaming platform. But as far as the idea of bringing “GTA 5” to the console, this seems to be far from reality. Here is everything about it in a nutshell.

The studio praises the joy-con

The very own CEO of Take-Two Interactive, Rockstar Games’ parent company, named Strauss Zelnick admitted that the aforementioned consoles would continue to reap “great sales.” Zelnick further said that as a company, they will be forever supportive of the console. He made the statement during their conference call this week. Zelnick event went to say that since day one, they have been supportive of the console. They will continue to do so but did not elaborate how exactly they will support the platform. This is actually an interesting turn of events, as it may hint at the possible inclusion of the fifth “Grand Theft Auto” installment to the console.

It is worth noting that a couple of months ago, rumors about “GTA 5” coming to Nintendo Switch surfaced.

The community continues to be confident that Rockstar Games will eventually make everything official. After all, the console proved to be a staple in the industry. The games ported to the console have also shown an apparent success. Given Rockstar Games’ history, there is no reason not to believe this will be happening. It is just a matter of time before the studio officially confirms everything.

The future Nintendo Switch

Zelnick iterated that he and his team were optimistic about bringing titles to Nintendo Switch. They believe that with the console’s success, it is only right for a publisher to join the rising. The only catch, however, is he did not confirm “GTA 5’s” inclusion. He did not also comment on the speculations of “Red Dead Redemption 2” having a cross-network play system with Nintendo’s joy-con.

But given Zelnick’s statements, it cannot be denied that they are up to something special.

Meanwhile, in a report from IGN, one of the motion capture actors hired by Rockstar Games unknowingly confirmed the development of “GTA 6.” In his resume, he noted there that the studio hired him as one of the actors for the supposed installment. This means that the studio has actually started developing the title.