GTA 6 map location leak: Judging from this new leak, new game can be the biggest open-world game of all times
A recent GTA 6 map location leak is circulating within the Grand Theft Auto community, claiming that Rockstar Games is preparing to reveal the game for the PS5 and Xbox Series X consoles. Furthermore, the rumor teases a large map of several towns, including Liberty City, the location of GTA 4, and the series’ fictitious New York City.
GTA 6 MAP LOCATION LEAK
That’s on top of a sixth city in a very different area: “There is a sixth city in a different location that I will not spoil. The remaining five should be obvious.”
“In GTAO, we actively test new properties and mechanics,” the article continues. “I just don’t understand how you can’t see it.”
“We recently put our ability to add to the current map to the test. It wasn’t quite as good as we had hoped, and as a result, dates were pushed back. “However, we are sure the new hardware will be able to handle it.”
As per the rumor, Liberty City in particular seems to be the best-looking part of the map.
The rumor doesn’t say anything about GTA Online, but it does say that Take-Two Interactive wants GTA 6 to be a platform for GTA Online to exist on “indefinitely,” which may justify the map’s scale and variety.
All of this is to say, take everything you read here with a grain of salt. Although the story is circulating, there is no evidence to back it up. It comes from an unnamed source who appears to be a game developer. Some of the greatest goldmines have come from random and sketchy anonymous outlets in the past, but this diversity of sources has also created a bunch of misinformation.
At the time of publication, neither Rockstar Games nor Take-Two Interactive had responded to the rumor, and it’s doubtful that either will since both companies have a strict “no comment” policy when it comes to speculation. However, if any of them deviates from this trend, the story will be revised accordingly. GTA 6 map location leak
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