Grand Theft Auto 6 Setting Possibly Leaked By Unlikely Source
With Red Dead Redemption 2 having released over a year ago, Rockstar Games fans have been curious to know what the developer’s next big project would be, and when it might be announced officially. The last new Grand Theft Auto title was Grand Theft Auto V, which first launched in 2013, so many have expected a new Grand Theft Auto title to be next on Rockstar’s to do list. Previous rumors have led many to hope that the next game will see a return to Vice City, and one new leak from an unlikely source may be giving credence to the Grand Theft Auto 6 setting rumors.
— Hedi (@berghain38) January 25, 2020
Tim Neff, a stuntman currently working on an unnamed project for Rockstar Games, recently shared a new photo on his official Instagram account. The photo shows Neff, along with two other performers, wearing motion capture suits and holding large prop guns. This photo was quickly removed by Neff, but not before being saved and shared by other accounts, such as berghain38 on Twitter.
Based on the style and model of the guns seen in the photo, many have expressed their congruence with weapons from the 1980s. Given this, many have been led to theorize that the new game would be set in Vice City, the only location that the franchise had a game set during the 1980s. It is possible that Rockstar could announce this new GTA game some time later this year, likely at an event of their own hosting. Still, this fun guessing game will have to keep the roller coaster of excitement going fast like a hot rod in Vice City.
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