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GTA Fans Tingle With Excitement After Rockstar Games Announcement

Ten years have passed since Rockstar Games released Grand Theft Auto 5 into the wild. Rumors of an eighth instalment of the ever-popular series have circulated for what feels like forever, but the wait to see the new game is almost over. Earlier this month, Rockstar Games released a brief statement announcing the first trailer of Grand Theft Auto VI, revealing the gaming world will get a glimpse of the new game in early December.

The longest Grand Theft Auto fans have had to wait for a new release before now was five years between Grand Theft Auto IV in 2008 and Grand Theft Auto V in 2013. Ten years is a long time, and gamers worldwide are hopeful the wait is worth it. It should be; it will be. The best UFC betting sites, already have GTA 6 as the hot favorite for the Game of the Year award once the game hits the shelves in 2024.

Rockstar Games’ Message to the Fans

RockStar Games posted a brief announcement on its website on November 8th, informing patient GTA fans that the first-ever official trailer is on its way.

“Next month marks the 25th anniversary of Rockstar Games. Thanks to the incredible support of our players worldwide, we have had the opportunity to create games we are truly passionate about – without you, none of this would be possible, and we are so grateful to all of you for sharing this journey with us.”

“In 1998, Rockstar Games was founded on the idea that video games could come to be as essential to culture as any other form of entertainment, and we hope that we have created games you love in our efforts to be part of that evolution. We are very excited to let you know that in early December, we will release the first trailer for the next Grand Theft Auto.”

What Do We Know About the Grand Theft Auto VI?

Rockstar Games is infamous for keeping its cards close to its chest and maintaining radio silence while developing new titles. Grand Theft Auto VI is no different. In March 2018, industry insiders reported Rockstar was working on the code-named Project  Americas, which was set in a  reworked Vice City, featuring a playable female protagonist.

Over the years, more unconfirmed details became public knowledge. The included claims that the game would be set in a modern-day Vice City where the map could evolve similarly to Fortnite. Also, the video game media revealed the unnamed title had been in development since 2014 and would feature a pair of protagonists drawing influence from Bonnie and Clyde.

Fans of the Grand Theft Auto series knew something was afoot when Rockstar announced it was no longer providing significant updates to Red Dead Online; it was then that Rockstar confirmed it was working on GTA 6.

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