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The recent Grand Theft Auto 6 rumors could actually be true

Last week, Battlefield and Call of Duty leaker Tom Henderson revealed some new information about the next GTA game, Grand Theft Auto 6. At that time, we were a bit skeptical. After all, Henderson is best known for his COD and BF leaks. However, it appears that the information he shared is legit as that’s exactly what Jason Scheier has heard about it.

Jason Schreier GTA 6 rumors

According to Henderson, Grand Theft Auto 6 will be set in a modern-day version of Vice City. The game could also have a map that changes over time, in a similar way to Fortnite. Additionally, GTA 6 may have multiple playable characters.

Grand Theft Auto 6 won’t be coming out anytime soon though. Henderson claims that it will be a next-gen game only, and that Rockstar is waiting until there are enough gamers on those platforms. At least the good news is that it will look stunning.

To be honest, this doesn’t really surprise us. That could be one of the reasons why Take-Two did not reveal any games at E3 2021.

Lastly, Rockstar currently targets a 2025 release date. So yeah, don’t expect to be playing it anytime soon.

Now as always, take this info with a grain of salt. Still, it has some credibility as that’s exactly what Jason Scheier has also heard.

Stay tuned for more!

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