Gaming fans will not be happy to hear this latest news about Grand Theft Auto
So, it's not happening?
Such confusion occurred in the JOE office on Thursday evening. We heard the great news that there was a brand new Grand Theft Auto in the mixer.
Production had started on a sixth edition of the game according to a CV of an actor by the name of Tim Neff who has featured in Grand Theft Auto V.
— PlayStation Universe (@PSUdotcom) July 27, 2017
Neff's resume was supposedly leaked on Breakdown Express and among all his acting work were was the words "Motion Capture, Grand Theft Auto 6."
The internet, as it does, began to lose its flippin' mind with the news of a brand new GTA but sadly just as quickly as the news was issued, it was taken from us.
The actor has confirmed on Twitter that the resume found on the CV website is incorrect and to add more fuel to the already high bonfire, he doesn't even have an account with Breakdown Express.
According to IGN,
Neff has explained in several replies via his Twitter account that although he did work on Grand Theft Auto V, the listing is "not real."
"That isn't my page, account or resume. I don't even know that website. I worked on GTA 5 a long time ago and haven't done anything since."
Yeah it's super fake. Trolls
— Tim Neff (@TheRealTimNeff) July 27, 2017
Damn you trolls, getting our hopes up.