At Long Last, A GTA 6 Trailer Will Be Released In December

Rockstar Games has confirmed a trailer for the "next Grand Theft Auto" will be released next month
At Long Last, A GTA 6 Trailer Will Be Released In December

After 10 years since the release of GTA V, two re-releases plus several rumours and leaks surrounding the game that would follow it, Rockstar Games has confirmed a trailer for GTA 6 is coming.

Set to be released early next month December, the game's developer stated that the trailer will showcase the "next Grand Theft Auto", with no mention of a 6 or VI, hinting it could use a different moniker. That would follow on from 2002's Vice City and 2004's San Andreas if so.

No exact date has been confirmed, but it’s suggested The Game Awards, taking place on 7 December, is a likely place for it.

We already knew Rockstar was working on a new GTA. It said in February 2022 that "active development of the next entry" was underway, while leaks from September last year revealed various gameplay footage of what was believed to be GTA 6. That was later confirmed by the publisher as “early development footage for the next Grand Theft Auto”.

At the time, it said it was “extremely disappointed to have any details of our next game shared with you all in this way” and that it would “properly introduce you to this next game when it is ready”. Well, it's finally that time. No confirmation yet on a release date, though some time in 2024 is expected.

GTA 6 setting and map

It’s expected that GTA 6 will be set in a new version of Vice City, a fictional version of Miami, which played host to a 2002 entry into the series named after the location. It’s believed the single-player campaign will revolve around a Bonnie and Clyde-style story involving two protagonists - with one female for the first time in a mainline GTA game.

At Long Last, A GTA 6 Trailer Will Be Released In December

It was reported a few years ago that GTA VI was due to be a smaller game than V on release and expanded later via updates, with the intention of protecting staff from working excessive overtime hours to push the game over the line. Rockstar co-founder Dan Houser, who’s no longer with the company, infamously noted in 2018 that Red Dead Redemption 2 developers were working 100-hour weeks on the game.



If the single player is as short as the fifth one, then don’t bother. San Andreas level single player, or go without.

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