The long wait for details about Grand Theft Auto 6 may finally be showing signs of ending. A Twitter user by the name of InfinityBesk recently posted two images that are purported to be leaked screenshots from the game. Although Rockstar Games acted swiftly to remove one image showing the game’s map, they conspicuously left another depicting a car crash.
This selective action has fuelled further speculation among fans. InfinityBesk tweeted, “In the GTA 6 leaked ‘car crash’ test in literally just one frame, there the game loads even more of the city and Vice City seems to be a huge city area as expected. I can’t wait for this game.” In response, opinions have varied, with some users questioning the image’s quality and others considering it to be a developmental build of the upcoming game.
Rockstar Games had previously broken its long silence this past February, acknowledging for the first time that GTA 6 is indeed in development. Furthermore, insider information from a major cyber attack last year suggests that the game might feature Bonnie and Clyde-style characters and could very likely be set in the familiar landscape of Vice City, with possible inclusions of other locations such as Cuba.
The anticipation for GTA 6 has been building for a long time, with speculations stating that it has been under development for as long as a decade. While leaks and rumors are commonplace in the gaming industry, they should always be taken with caution. Nevertheless, the selective takedown by Rockstar Games has only intensified discussions among fans about what can be expected from this highly awaited installment.
Whether the image is genuine or simply from a heavily modified GTA V server remains an open question. What is clear, however, is that the partial takedown by Rockstar has only added to the swirl of discussions among a community eager for any tidbits of information.
As the wait for GTA 6 continues, the gaming community remains divided on interpreting these recent developments, but the anticipation for this potentially ground-breaking game shows no signs of waning.
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Please note that all information discussed in this article is based on leaks and unofficial sources, and has not been verified by Rockstar Games or any other authoritative entity.