Since GTA 6 is still missing, some independent developers have decided to get to work to create a game also inspired by the classic Rockstar series. In fact, leaving aside for a moment the sequel to GTA V (which you can find in the current-gen edition on Amazon), there are not many games along the lines of Grand Theft Auto worthy of attention.\r\nSo, while we only have some information about the next GTA leaked from leaks and little more, someone is creating a promising indie in Unreal Engine 5 .\r\nAs also reported on ResetEra, ENDS is a single-player action adventure with RPG elements, where players will have the opportunity to make crucial choices as they discover a story set in the slums of London.\r\ n\r\nTo deliver the most authentic London experience yet in gaming, the Concrete Realm development team collaborated with real British talent, from influencers to content creators, artists and clothing brands. All these will be integrated into the game.\r\nLondon, as many will remember, was also the backdrop to The Getaway, an old PS2 title never forgotten by fans, and in turn covertly inspired by GTA.\r\nENDS aims to is to offer a truly authentic London experience. Furthermore, few developers have fully exploited the British setting: Ubisoft has in fact published Watch Dogs: Legion, set in a dystopian version of London, but it was not a great success. \r\nIn light of this, we are curious to know the scope of ENDS, considering that the idea is to recreate a substantial portion of London in the game, although some financial and technological constraints could limit the whole (in addition to the fact that there are legal considerations related to the architectural representation of certain buildings to be taken into consideration). \r\nIn any case, at this address you will find the Kickstarter page of the project, while just above you can admire the first in-engine teaser trailer.\r\nIn short, given that a new The Getaway seems to be missing at the moment, ENDS could be a good alternative.\r\nGoing back to talking about GTA 6 instead, the game could see the light before the spring of 2025.\r\nBut not only that: the Rockstar title, given that it should have two playable protagonists on its side, could also include a cooperative mode.