GTA 6 leaker excites fans with new Vice City ‘concept’ images

Dexerto says “The wait for GTA 6 continues to be an arduous one for gamers across the globe as Rockstar Games remain silent about whether or not it’s actually in development.

Insiders and supposed leakers have dropped tonnes of details about what they’ve heard, including a 2025 release date, an apparent return to Vice City, and even the franchise’s first female main character.

Tom ‘LongSensation’ Henderson has been at the forefront of some of the biggest leaks, and he set the internet ablaze again with a few drawings of Vice City.”

GTA Online character with a car and house
Rockstar Games

The gaming insider’s July 4 stream drummed up plenty of interest as it had became clear that he wasn’t showing off artistic skills, but also making a point about GTA Vice City.

Read More: WILL GTA 6 BE IN VICE CITY? POSSIBLE MAP LOCATIONS BASED ON RUMORS OF WEATHER & LIVE EVENTS

The image had some staples of the amazing Vice City skyline – including the very iconic main tower which shines a blue light from the top.

On top of that, he also put a female holding a weapon, and Vice City logo, and somebody else piloting a crazy looking jetpack. A fan quickly pointed out that the female could be in reference to the main character leak, with the jetpack just being a staple of the GTA franchise.

Tom Henderson

Unlike any of his recent Battlefield drawings, which had ended up being a leak for the game’s reveal trailer, Henderson was very quick to point out that he wasn’t quite leaking anything here.

“I love drawing concepts. Of concepts,” he tweeted shortly after before following it up without another post.

“Of course, that won’t stop GTA fans from digging into and taking the image as a possible leak for say a loading screen.

Either way, the wait continues for GTA 6, with 2025 looking most likely for its release.”

Source(s) Dexerto, Tom Henderson


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