GTA Online Received an Update Which Might Indicate the GTA 6 Launch Date

GTA Online is still getting significant updates, and the last one is due in December. The updates, however, might show us some insights about GTA 6. Tezfunz2, a Rockstar Games leaker, supports a quite intriguing idea. He says that the developers might unveil their plans for GTA 6 once with their last update for GTA Online, later this year. The Steam database also creates some speculations, too. The rumors surfaced when the new GTA Online updates from the Steam appeared.

Other rumors support the idea that GTA 6 will be launched in 2020 and will have a Vice City inspiration. They move further with speculations that the new GTA will be initially launched as an exclusive game for PS5. Discussions about the introduction of two characters, female and male, are also spreading across gamers on the Internet. Moreover, it is believed that a hunting mini-game in the series will appear and some wild animals, similar to Red Dead Redemption 2.

We have no solid proofs, unfortunately, and all these rumors and leaks are purely speculative. Until official news and details about GTA 6, we only hope for the best from Rockstar.

Avid players and fans of GTA series are anxiously waiting for any piece of information about GTA 6. Rockstar Games, however, seems to be busy with a sequel for Red Dead Redemption. This year marks six years since GTA 5 and GTA Online were launched. Even if the developers try to release other updates or titles, players are only very excited about GTA 6. For Red Dead Redemption 2 fans, some rumors are flowing on the Internet. The game might become available for PC and Google’s streaming service known as Google Stadia, sooner or later. Also, back to GTA 5, the game was selected recently by Sony for its PlayStation Now streaming service.

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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