Grand Theft Auto 6 is now in production, and fans are eagerly awaiting their first sight of the highly anticipated game. Rockstar Games has officially announced that Grand Theft Auto 6 is in development. Most rumours indicate that the earliest Grand Theft Auto 6 release date is likely years away, which means that fans may have to wait a long time before they see anything significant about the game. The first Grand Theft Auto game picture, according to one Grand Theft Auto leaker, has already made its way into the wild, according to their sources, who have corroborated this.
A snapshot of a home featured in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas – The Definitive Edition has been verified by Grand Theft Auto series leaker Matheusvictorbr-, who claims that the image was taken from Grand Theft Auto 6. This would be consistent with reports that Grand Theft Auto 6 would take place in Vice City, which suggests that the setting is based on Hollywood, Florida. Because the mansion did not feature in the original Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, it has been the subject of considerable conjecture ever since the Definitive Edition was released last year, and it continues to be.
Fans should treat this information with extreme caution, as they should with any leaks or rumours, but Rockstar Games has a well-documented history of teasing future projects in its games, so this should not be taken as gospel. Since Grand Theft Auto 3 had billboards that alluded to Vice City, it wouldn’t be shocking if Rockstar used Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition to tease fans about the re-emergence of Vice City.
Após alguns meses. Fui confirmado que essa imagem é do Próximo Título da série Grand Theft Auto.
A localização em Jogo, Possivelmente é inspirada Próximo ao subúrbio americano, Nas mediações de Hollywood – Florida.
Perfeição! ❤️ pic.twitter.com/IkkXzvrYsH
— Matheusvictorbr- (@Matheusbr9895_) April 6, 2022
Fans have been speculating for years that Grand Theft Auto 6 might take place in the fictional city of Vice City. As a matter of fact, Grand Theft Auto 4 brought the series back to Liberty City, whereas Grand Theft Auto 5 took the franchise to San Andreas. So it would only make sense for Grand Theft Auto 6 to take place in Vice Metropolis, however there have been reports that the game may really have more than one city for players to explore.