While the gaming community anxiously awaits any news on Grand Theft Auto 6, Rockstar Games remains tight-lipped. The company has yet to confirm any details, leaving fans reliant on a web of rumours and supposed leaks. Even Take-Two Interactive, Rockstar’s parent company, has only ambiguously suggested a 2025 release date.
Adding to the swirl of speculation are numerous online leaks, some more credible than others. Among them are claims that the game will be set in Vice City, though nothing can be validated until official announcements are made. And it seems that fans are now taking these leaks with a grain of salt, especially after a recent controversy involving a supposed voice recording from Take-Two Interactive’s CEO.
A Twitter user ignited debate after posting what they claimed to be a voice recording of Take-Two Interactive’s CEO discussing GTA 6 details. Fans were quick to scrutinize the post, dismissing it as “AI-generated” and therefore unreliable. “This has to be Ai no way the CEO would just say when Rockstar plans to reveal the game,” one fan commented. Another added, “This is AI… there’s a 0% chance the CEO would just casually drop release dates and announcement dates to someone even if it’s not meant to be public lol.”
Responding to the scepticism, the Twitter user clarified their position: “Let me clarify one thing as people are believing this video is from me, EVERY leak I post has a possibility of being fake including this one, This video was sent to me by a user and I uploaded it and even I myself am questioning whether it’s AI or not.”
Adding another layer of complexity, the controversial recording was later taken down from Twitter due to copyright concerns. This development has only further muddied the waters surrounding its authenticity. “So this post has been removed due to copyright… does this confirm it’s real?” the Twitter user pondered.
As the suspense continues to build, one thing remains clear: until Rockstar Games or Take-Two Interactive break their silence with an official announcement, all so-called leaks and rumours about GTA VI remain unconfirmed and should be approached with caution. After all, in the absence of concrete information, speculation is all that fans have to go on.