It’s very easy to say that GTA 6 has become one of the most-anticipated games of all time. Despite Rockstar remaining mum on all things rumors and leaks, some of which seem more credible than others, some employees may have let GTA news slip through the cracks.
“Primarily, a couple of employees known for their work on Grand Theft Auto games made headlines in recent weeks after some of their social media posts surfaced, appearing to hint at the next Grand Theft Auto title.”
GTA 6 clues on social media
Notably, Soundtrack Manager and Music Supervisor Tony Mesones shared a photo of Miami to his Instagram story along with the caption “Who said it would be cold??”
Interestingly enough , Mesones tagged Rockstar Games in the photo, suggesting this was more than just a vacation photo.
Dexerto says “This post was screenshotted and reposted on Reddit where GTA fanatics analyzed it intensively. The rumor is that GTA 6 will see a return to Vice City – which is a stand-in for Miami, just as Liberty City is Rockstar’s version of New York.
Mesones has since privatized his Instagram account, implying that either the post was more than meets the eye or simply wanted to keep GTA sleuths from invading his personal life.”
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