When is GTA 6 coming out? Rumors and release date

GTA 6 is leading the charge as 2021’s most highly anticipated game, despite still not even being announced by Rockstar Games. Some players are hoping for a release date, while others would settle for just a GTA 6 trailer and announcement.

GTA 6 release date

“Despite a new leak that slates a 2023 release, we have no concrete information regarding the newest Grand Theft Auto title. Leaks are continually coming out that claim a date, but these are to be taken with a grain of salt.”


According to Industry analyst Michael Patcher, fans could be waiting until 2022 for GTA 6’s release: “I say it comes out after 2022… remember Red Dead Redemption 2 comes out eight years after the first one – so the idea that GTA 6 comes out in 2021 seems ridiculous.”

Frankin in GTA V
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GTA 6 platforms

With this release date up in the air, the likelihood of seeing the game on last-gen PS4 and Xbox One consoles looks slim. With New Gen and PC graphics being very similar, it would make sense for Rockstar to focus on that sheer power they all provide.

GTA 6 setting and map size

While there is no map that has been confirmed in regards to were players will spend there GTA 6 experience, the community is abuzz with discussion, even looking into GTA 5 to find hints. “Most recent titles have been located in North America, and many fans would like to see a return of San Andreas or even Vice City.”

GTA 6 features

“Though GTA 6 has yet to have any of its features revealed, there are undoubtedly some big mechanics that many would want to see make a return from other Rockstar titles, or completely new features, such as”:

  • A huge range of weapons
  • Side missions
  • Multiple locations
  • A massive map
  • Female leads
  • Multiple leads
  • A modern-day setting
  • Car customization

There you have it. All that is know about GTA 6 as of March 31st. There will be more updates on GTA 6 thought out the months.

Source(s) Dexerto

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