First GTA VI teaser published early by Rockstar Games after leak

A decade has passed since the last instalment, and now is the time for admirers of the top-rated series to obtain an official glimpse of its development.

The initial trailer for the highly anticipated Grand Theft Auto VI has been released.

It was released one day earlier than anticipated on Monday, following the social media amplification of a pirated version.

“Our trailer has leaked, so please watch the real thing on YouTube,” Rockstar Games wrote on X.

The clip amassed 37 million views in less than six hours; that is how much interest there is in the game.

Sequel’s Exciting Features

Having been liked 343,000 times, the most popular comment reads, “After a decade of anticipation, this moment has finally arrived.”

GTAV is the second-best-selling game of all time, after Minecraft, having sold approximately 185 million units. However, it has been ten years since its initial release.

The sequel’s trailer features classic elements, including a clone of the 2002 game’s setting in Miami, fast vehicles, gangs, shootouts, and an alligator in a convenience store.

It also marks the introduction of Lucia, the first female protagonist in Grand Theft Auto, and an unnamed male companion. The couple is reportedly on the run as anarchy descends upon the city.

The credits saying “coming 2025” mean gamers must wait at least a year for the teaser.

Ninety minutes of early gameplay were leaked online the previous year after a hacker accessed Rockstar’s Slack channel. One of the biggest industry breaches saw videos of open-world driving, robberies, and gunfights shared online.

Rockstar expressed “extreme disappointment” but insisted that the situation would not impact the game’s development.

Jason Schreier, a gaming journalist for Bloomberg, previously stated that the lack of “equivalent urgency” to release the sequel. This was partly due to GTAV’s popular multiplayer mode.

Much shorter intervals separated the releases of earlier instalments: GTA III in 2001, Vice City in 2002, San Andreas in 2004, and GTA IV in 2008.

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