GTA VI release date could be less than a year away
GTA VI is mooted for release ‘some time’ in 2025, but a recent report has drastically reduced the window of time in which we may immerse ourselves in Leonida.
Although GTA VI is mooted for release ‘some time’ in 2025, a recent report has drastically reduced the window of time in which we may immerse ourselves in Leonida.
According to GTAVI_Countdown on Twitter, Rockstar parent company Take-Two confirmed in a financial report that it expects to bring in an eye-watering $8 billion in revenue for the fiscal year 2025, which ends 31 March.
This ultimately suggests that GTA VI may now be less than a year away, since we can probably anticipate it to launch between January and March 2025.
WHAT DO THE GAME ANALYSTS SAY ABOUT GTA VI?
“GTA 6 has been one of most anticipated video games since developers announced it back in February 2022,” Dave Cooper, a spokesperson for CasinoUS commented on how GTA 6 could be one of the biggest video games of all time.
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“This sparked global headlines, as desperate fans sought out any information about the new game.
“The new Grand Theft Auto 6 YouTube trailer set a record for 102 million views in 24 hours. This is in comparison to GTA 5, that amassed 99 million views over 12 years.
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“The much-anticipated game returns to the Miami-inspired location of Vice City, including the first HD female protagonist, Lucia, alongside Jason, the male lead character.
“Currently, GTA remains the second best-selling video game of all time, falling behind Minecraft.
“However, the reception of the GTA 6 trailer alone has been astonishing. Therefore, it could well give Minecraft a run for its money.
“The trailer opens with one of the game’s dual protagonists, Lucia, in a prison uniform at a parole interview. It ends with her and a partner holding up a store.
“In between we see TikTok-esque footage of mostly illegal Floridian antics involving fast cars, alligators, roof top parties and more- painting a picture of the city’s hard-partying sleaze.
“Last seen in 2006, players will nostalgically return to Rockstar’s fictional Miami setting, giving a sense of lawlessness and utter thrill- everything GTA fans crave.”