GTA 6: Trailer Release Date Confirmed By Rockstar Games

It is still unknown when the game itself will be released.

GTA 6: Trailer Release Date Confirmed By Rockstar Games

One of the most anticipated games of the generation is getting closer to release.

Grand Theft Auto 6 will be shown in a teaser on December 5th at 1400 GMT, according to Rockstar Games.

However, there is no word on when the game will be launched.

Despite this, many fans are delighted, and Rockstar's announcement of the trailer premiere on X has already had 26 million views in less than two hours.

It has been ten years since Rockstar Games launched Grand Theft Auto 5, which is the second best-selling video game of all time, trailing only Minecraft, with over 185 million copies sold.

Rockstar Games has most likely been working on GTA 6 for several years, but the game was publicly revealed in February 2022.

Previously, the gaming giant's president, Sam Houser, stated that the video would be released in December to coincide with the company's 25th anniversary.

Meanwhile, Rockstar has announced a separate agreement with Netflix to bring some of its titles to the streaming giant's gaming platform.

GTA 3, Vice City, and San Andreas, all popular among gamers, will be accessible to Netflix users on mobile devices on December 14th.

The first game in the series was released in 1997, and while this will be the series' sixth main entry, there have been other spin-offs and releases on various platforms.

For the last decade, rumors about the game have been a staple of popular culture, with fans enduring an unusually long wait.

GTA IV was released in 2008, followed by GTA V five years later; however, there were two significant single-player expansion packs released in the interval.

The wait might be related to GTA Online, the online version of the game that is said to bring in hundreds of millions of dollars for the firm each year.

Because of its success, GTA V has been re-released multiple times and has been featured on three different generations of home consoles.