The wait for Grand Theft Auto 6 continues to keep gamers on the edge of their seats, with a hinted 2025 release date from Take-Two Interactive, Rockstar Games’ parent company.
Since Rockstar’s initial announcement in February 2022 confirming the game’s development, the gaming giant has been sparing with additional information, fueling both excitement and speculation within the community.
The announcement came under fire from some fans, who viewed it as a reactive measure following leaked gameplay information. Since then, Rockstar has kept a lid on any substantial details, causing the rumor mill to work overtime.
In the absence of official updates, various rumors have surfaced about the game’s potential settings and characters. Speculations suggest that players might find themselves in locations inspired by Miami and even regions of South America. Further spicing up these unofficial reports are rumors of dual protagonists, named Jason and Lucia, adding a Bonnie and Clyde dynamic to the mix.
One rumor that has particularly caught the community’s attention claims that GTA VI could require a staggering 750GB of storage space and offer around 400 hours of gameplay. If this turns out to be true, it could pose significant challenges for gamers with limited console storage.
Players using consoles like the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series S, which have restrictions on available storage, might find themselves needing to invest in additional SSD storage solutions.
Adding to the growing list of uncertainties is the expectation that GTA VI will be available on multiple platforms, including PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X|S. Interestingly, it’s also suggested that this could be Rockstar’s sole title for this generation of consoles.