Rockstar Games apparently have multiple unannounced projects in the works according to the latest info, found in the resume of one of the Rockstar India developers. Unfortunately, there is nothing to suggest what these games might be.
As we're nearing the world's biggest gaming expo - E3 2019, and the talk about the next-generation consoles is picking up the pace with each passing month, it's kind of a tradition that rumours, leaks and news about Rockstar's new games start to surface.
Of course, the biggest points of interests are certainly the Grand Theft Auto and Bully sequels, and some earlier rumours and reports suggested that Rockstar are indeed working on these titles. However, nothing has been confirmed by the publisher, meaning that you should take all these reports with a pinch of salt.
The latest info about Rockstar's new games comes directly from one of the company's developers. Not in the manner of actually talking about games, more that he put a small detail in his resume that confirms that multiple games are, indeed in the works.
The resume was found by Redditor named fika122, who posted a screenshot of the Abhinav Raj Karanwal resume in which it's listed that the Rockstar India Senior Animator is currently "responsible for creating cut scenes animations" in "unannounced games for consoles".
Unfortunately, the resume does not give any hints of what these games might be, it's just a bunch of work descriptions, which also include responsibility for creating visually accurate realistic animations and facial capture in Autodesk Motion Builder, Faceware Analyser and other animation-related programs.
According to the resume, Abhinav Raj Karanwal worked for EA until 2014, also as a Senior Animator, before switching to Rockstar in 2016.
Recent rumours suggested that Rockstar will release Grand Theft Auto 6 on next-gen consoles and apparently, Sony are working hard to make the game PlayStation 5 exclusive for one month.
Whether these turn out to be true, it remains to be seen but, of course, it would be totally surprising if Rockstar didn't have a GTA game in the works right now.