In gaming, few titles have created a cultural phenomenon like GTA 5. It was released in 2013 by Rockstar Games. GTA 5 has earned Rockstar $1 Billion within three days of release and continues to earn well. The Grand Theft Auto series has been an open-world favorite since its inception. Even when GTA 3 came out in 2001, it was the most sold that year. GTA Online keeps players engaged with constant updates and new missions.
GTA Online even added an extra island to the map for a specific mission that takes you to the island. The anticipation and excitement for GTA 6 is through the roof. And the leaks only aid that hype and excitement.
Leaks and rumors have fueled the hype, from the game’s supposed dynamic weather system to realistic bullet physics and car damage. But not all that glitters is gold; in this case, not all leaks are accurate. GTA 6 is rumored to feature a relationship meter system between new characters Jason and Lucia, affecting the storyline and unlocking unique dialogues.
Take-Two’s letter debunked
A recent letter claiming that Take-Two is planning a massive advertising campaign for GTA 6 in Miami turned out to be a hoax, debunked by a Redditor.
A letter surfaced on Reddit suggesting that Take-Two Interactive was planning a massive advertising campaign for GTA 6 in Miami. Indeed, it brought an extra level of excitement for fans. However, the excitement was short-lived. A Reddit MOD, ThucydidesJones, quickly labeled the letter as debunked.
Moreover, it links to a GTA forum post that doubts the letter’s authenticity. The MOD changed the tag to “Grain of Salt” instead of “False,” indicating that while it’s not direct proof, the letter is probably not actual.
Fans had a day with the debunked letter. One Reddit user, benc777, humorously commented, “What is it you were looking to advertise?” with the reply being “GTA 5 Online stuff.” Another user, Sholdi, added, “a shark biting a credit card,” alluding to the Shark Cards used for in-game purchases in GTA Online.
The comments ranged from skepticism to humor, but the consensus was clear. The community is desperate for concrete information on GTA 6. Further, another comment humorously envisioned a scenario where the first part of a sign says “Rockstar Games,” causing a frenzy, only to reveal later “GTA 5 Remastered,” calling it “next-level trolling.”
The GTA community is no stranger to leaks, rumors, and hoaxes. The letter about Take Two’s supposed advertising plans in Miami was false. But it did highlight the community’s insatiable appetite for any news related to GTA 6. The rumor mill continues churning as we wait for official announcements, keeping fans excited and skeptical.