The newly teased GTA 6 Vice City map leak may have been teased a while back in Grand Theft Auto V, thanks to some in game postcards.
The leaks first came about in 2018, but were quickly dismissed as there wasn’t much evidence to back them up, but they have been gaining attention again after new leaks sparked similarities to those images.
With the leaks surfacing again, players have been looking for any evidence that they are legitimate, and they seem to be doing a good job. The postcards in a strip club in GTA V are providing some great clues.
Redditor ‘MrBurpAlot’ took to r/GTA6 to post his findings, and detailed how the postcards in the strip club of “Paradise Isle” could relate to the map previously leaked.
“So, in the changing rooms in the back of the strip club, there are these postcards referring ‘Paradise Isle,’” they wrote. “Initially, I thought the name ‘Paradise Isle’ could be a reference to somewhere like Hawaii or The Bahamas, but after the alleged map leak, it also seems the pictures fit pretty well regarding distance and such.”
“You can also take a look at the 3 islands I pointed out in the top postcard… I personally think the top right island could be a GTA version of Bahamas,” he added.
As you can see in the originally leaked map, there are 3 islands which are quiet a distance away from each other, they look very similar to how they are in the postcards. It wouldn’t be the first time Rockstar have teased other games within another title, so it’s possible that this could be connected to GTA 6.
Fans in the r/GTA6 subreddit are working hard to locate the real world location that the map is based on, with one fan suggesting that it could be set in Rio.
Unfortunately, there is no way to know for sure until Rockstar make the announcement themselves, and up to now this is all just speculation based on what may or may not be legitimate leaks for Rockstar Studios.
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