Despite being announced well over a year ago, we still don’t know when GTA VI will be published. Seriously, Rockstar Games, what’s the deal?
Rockstar Games revealed in February 2022 that it was working on Grand Theft Auto VI, but there has been no new information since then. At the time of writing, no release date, official gameplay trailer, platform, or story details were available. Nothing, nothing, nothing!
All we’ve received are those iconic gameplay leaks reportedly taken from an early build of the game, as well as rumors saying that GTA VI will return us to Vice City and feature two playable protagonists named Jason and Lucia, who are inspired by the historic criminal combo, Bonnie and Clyde.
So, while the GTA VI hype train keeps rolling, despite the lack of official information, we’ve got to grab our Grand Theft Auto feed wherever we can. Plus, who doesn’t enjoy a nice TeaserPlay concept trailer?
The TeaserPlay concept trailer in question shows us what GTA VI would look like if it ran on Unreal Engine 5. The GTA VI concept trailer features places from Vice City, Liberty City, and San Andreas that are powered by magnificent ray-tracing, Lumen, Nanite, and Screen Space Reflections. Unfortunately, this notion will never be playable; otherwise, Rockstar Games’ attorneys will go after TeaserPlay.
In other news, an extinction-level landmass shift could end the world before GTA VI, and the next installment in Rockstar Games’ blockbuster franchise could be the most expensive video game ever.
The PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X|S versions of Grand Theft Auto VI are planned to be released.