GTA 6: New Massive Leak Brings Story Info and a Release Time

Credit:, Saad Chaudhry
Credit:, Saad Chaudhry

Regardless of how many haters don’t like it, GTA 6 will indeed come out sooner or later. However, we don’t understand why someone would hate such a fabulous game series like Grand Theft Auto, but you know how things go in life: you just can’t possibly please everyone.

Thanks to autoevolution, we now learn about a new massive leak that brings a lot of information about what might happen in the long-awaited GTA 6. MatheusVictorBr is the one bringing the leak, to be more precise. While we can’t guarantee that the leak is indeed expressing the truth (well, what the heck is one hundred percent sure in life anyway, right?), here you go:

Release date: sometime in 2024

GTA 6 releasing in 2024 is surely good news, as many were expecting the game later. But hey, once again, we must emphasize that you must take the information with a little grain of salt!

The story will be set in the 2020s

The story in GTA 6 will be set in the days we’re currently living now, with many modern elements of society. More modern weapons will also be added. Various locations will also exist for the story to unfold: Vice City, Carcer City, and Cuba. It’s great to find out that this new leak confirms the long-speculated rumor that GTA 6 will make a return to Vice City.

Let’s admit it: when you say ‘2020,’ the first thing that comes to mind is a world full of pandemic restrictions, people wearing facemasks everywhere, and a lot of hysteria, protests, and misinformation. It will be somewhat fun if we’ll see something similar in GTA 6 as well.

Destroying buildings is another element that will allegedly be introduced in GTA 6. This will be a premiere for the legendary Grand Theft Auto series if the information is correct.

What do you think? Is the new leak reliable? We would like to read your opinion on the subject!

Cristian Antonescu
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