10NEED: More Interactive Buildings
The big city trope is a tried and tested formula. However, that in itself is fast becoming a problem in video games these days. Often, the buildings are just for show, and most of them you can't even interact with. GTA V is guilty of this, which can be quite disappointing. In
fact, even GTA: San Andreas from 2004 had more interactive buildings you can enter than GTA V.
As such, we do hope to see a livelier city in GTA VI (especially with the help of better gaming hardware in the future). It makes the city feel less artificial, and also introduces vertical traversal (that doesn't involve vehicles) in an open world game.