GTA 6 TRAILER – One way or another GTA 6 is happening. Rockstar hasn’t officially announced anything, but there have been plenty of rumors and reports. At this rate, we’ll likely see GTA 6 on the PS5 and Xbox Series X, but it’s also possible they’ll be cross-gen releases
GTA 6 release date rumors
Starting with possible release dates, it’s worth giving you a bit of background. While GTA 5 released in 2013, Rockstar couldn’t immediately turn its full attention to developing a sequel. It apparently did start work on GTA 6 in 2014, but meanwhile had the small matter of Red Dead Redemption 2 to make, let alone the PC, PS4 and Xbox One versions of GTA 5, and the PC and Google Stadia versions of Red Dead Redemption 2.
All of those take work, but are now out of the way. That’s the logic applied to a recent leak, purportedly from a playtester who’s been in contact with GTA 6 during development. That source, which remains uncorroborated, suggests that Rockstar is aiming for a late 2020 or 2021 release date.
2020 would frankly be surprising at this stage – Rockstar would be dropping a major bombshell if it released a game of this magnitude within a year of announcing it. We’re thinking the 2021 date is far more likely, with an announcement to precede it by about a year.
GTA 6 TRAILER
Since we don’t know if the game even exists yet, there’s no GTA 6 trailer footage to show off. However, we do have 4K gameplay of GTA V, which is the closest you’re going to get for now. Thankfully, Rockstar pushes technological boundaries with every GTA title, so we can only imagine how GTA 6 will look.
Ok, so we don’t know much about GTA 6 – trust us, we feel just as bad as you. In the meantime, enjoy our list of the best sandbox games on PC above.