“It’s really unclear what we would even do with [Grand Theft Auto 6], let alone how upset people would get with whatever we did. Both intense liberal progression and intense conservatism are both very militant, and very angry. It is scary but it’s also strange, and yet both of them seem occasionally to veer towards the absurd. It’s hard to satirise for those reasons. Some of the stuff you see is straightforwardly beyond satire. It would be out of date within two minutes, everything is changing so fast."
In the interview at the source, he talks about how he thinks Red Dead Redemption 2 may fit in a little better in these present times than a GTA game would. Not that there is any rush to releasing one. Grand Theft Auto V, after five years, is still performing considerably well.