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When will GTA 6 come out? What will be it’s base story?

The new leak is that GTA 6 will start and run in Miami in October 2023. However, that’s a questionable online source, but additional information from the leak, including a peculiar male protagonist who began the game in the 1970s with a chaptered story such as Red Dead Redemption 2. Combine it with Rockstar teasing fans on Twitter, and we are only being told to “be kept in touch” on the official Rockstar Support account for GTA 6 updates.

The “new entry in the Grand Theft Auto Series” is under production as early as April 2020, says the Kotaku report. The reproduction timing of a GTA 5 remastered for PS5 in 2021 implies that we should wait until 2022 for GTA 6, and that is why we can expect this game as a PS5 and Xbox series X title.

When will GTA 6 release?

GTA 6 Release Date

The Red Dead Redemption 2 was released (26 October 2018 – bring it into your diary), so we were waiting about 22 months – so August 2020 based on the historical delay between console ads and release GTA. Naturally, that was not the case with Rockstar. It did nothing, in truth, so all we need to do is conclude that GTA 6 had been in “early growth” since April 2020. It’s hard to predict some updates, but we can listen to the game by 2021, at least if released in 2022.

Of course, Rockstar can try to limit the window between release and announcement – but this goes against everything we know about anticipation pre-release periods and the drive for pre-ordering. But a digital ‘surprise’ release is still feasible if it is absurdly audacious as the physical stores continue to decrease.

How will its storyline be?

GTA 6 Release Date

With the recent Doomsday Heist proving one of the most relevant updates in years, GTA Online did not follow this path but only added interiors, missions, and vehicles, not new States or countries. Five years onwards. In January 2016, Leslie Benzies officially left Rockstar North but was on Saba for almost 17 years before, so its presence can be less important from mid-2014.

First, he said, “whether or not we do so…but we have a lot of old stuff we play with.” Rockstar would visit familiar places. Candidates are evident Vice City, Liberty City, and Alderney but must be realized.

 

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Chris Andrew

Chris Andrew

Chris is senior mobile editor and moonlights as a professional moment ruiner. His early years were spent taking apart Sega consoles and writing awful fan fiction. That passion for electronics and words would eventually lead him to covering startups of all stripes. The first phone he ever swooned over was the Nokia 7610, because man, those curves.
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