For now, Houser says he is content focusing on the next month, a period of time that will include the launch of GTA 5 and the follow-up release of GTA Online.
"I do not know what the future of anything is aside from the next few days and then Oct. 1," he said. "At some point in the next weeks and months, [lead producer The Benz and artist Aaron Garbut and co-founder Sam Houser] and myself will have to actually think about what we're doing next, and if we're going to do anything. You know, maybe we'll go ‘Well it's enough now.' But hopefully ... we'll see."
While Houser never really answered the question of relevancy, Kushner said the release of the game absolutely marks an important pop-culture moment.
"A new GTA game tends to always be a culturally relevant event, because it breaks sales records and racks up critical acclaim," he said. "It's also usually a showcase for what a game can achieve with the latest available technology and design. The industry/culture, however, has changed with the popularity of mobile and social games, so GTA will have to compete in a new arena. But there are millions of hardcore fans who will surely play this eagerly and obsessively."
R* would develop a new GTA nontheless.But it wouldnt be the same withouz the houser brothers or the others who worked on the last GTAs.