GTA 6 hint in new GTA Online update suggests Vice City, Mexico, and Great Lakes
Rockstar may have left a hint for GTA 6 in the latest GTA Online update, but is the new game really called GTA VI(CE)?
It’s now almost seven years since Grand Theft Auto 5 was first released, and despite all the rumours and theories, Rockstar Games has never once mentioned or even alluded to a sequel.
With GTA 5 still selling as much as ever, and GTA Online still receiving major updates, there’s no real reason to even expect a new game, other than the upcoming next generation of consoles.
But fans have found what may be genuine hints about Grand Theft Auto 6 in the latest GTA Online content, even if it is pretty obscure.
Everything revolves around the new Height of Society Formula 1 style racetrack that’s just been added to GTA Online, via the recent Open Wheel expansion.
The rumours started with a GTAForum user called gonnaenodaethat, who apparently has been a reliable source for leaks before and left the message, ‘Cartographers start your engines!’
Once everyone had gone over the newly added map, they discovered that parts of it looked very much like the Great Lakes, Miami, and Mexico.
If it hadn’t been for the prior warning from gonnaenodaethat that would have all seemed like a bit of a stretch, but any talk of Miami implies the GTA universe version called Vice City.
‘Rockstar appear to tease what looks like a map that includes Florida and Mexico in the latest GTA 5 racing DLC’s circuit packs’, wrote fan Tenet007.
‘Strengthening the rumours that GTA VI will be set in Vice City (Miami, Florida) and Southern American city/countries. GTA VI(CE) City seems like the title.’
We’re not sure we’re they’re getting that title from but that’s the current favourite theory in fan circles.
It is worth pointing out though that rumours based on similarly obscure details in the games or their trailers almost never pan out to be true, but since Rockstar will certainly be aware of that practice by now maybe this time they put in a real clue…
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