GTA 6 Might Launch In 2020, According To New Leaks

GTA 5 is the most popular entry in the franchise and an international best-seller with millions of copies sold across the world. But all the fans look forward to GTA 6.

The game, GTA 5, continues to be played even today, but after more than six years since it was released, some fans are looking forward to a new entry. After Rockstar unleashed Red Dead Redemption 2 in October 2018, many fans hoped that the iconic developer would announce a new GTA game, but that was not the case.

The internet is filled with a large number of rumors related to the possible existence of GTA 6, and a hot leak could offer valuable information about the game.

According to a reliable source, an anonymous contributor shared information related to GTA 6 on Pastebin, a popular website that is used by many leakers. The news was obtained from someone who tested the game, and it is quite impressive.

New leaks suggest that GTA 6 would launch in 2020

It is inferred that GTA 6 has been in development since 2014, and it will be released for the next generation of consoles, the PS5 and Xbox Scarlett. Since the new generation of consoles will arrive during the 2020 holiday season, it is thought that the game could be a launch title.

The leak also mentions that the game will feature the most prominent map designed by Rockstar, up to 40 times bigger than the one featured in GTA V. It will include several iconic locations among which we can count San Andreas, Liberty City, and Vice City.

The story mode will focus on the tale of a single protagonist spread over 140 missions that include fresh mechanics and powerful weapons.

Rockstar Games is hard at work on the creation of an impressive masterpiece that would e GTA 6, as the title will offer 8K graphics and ray-tracing. An estimated amount of 226GB of storage space will be needed to install the game, and loading times between missions should be shorter than 10 seconds.

Austin Barrie

Austin Barrie

Austin Barrie is still early into his career as tech reporter but has already published most of his work in a few books, he obviously talks about them in some of his pieces here.

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