GTA 6 map location allegedy leaked by an unreleased GTA online item
There is no doubt about the dearth of information regarding GTA 6 and its launch. While the game has been teased for a long time, we just have a handful of leaks that shed light on what the game could look like. This latest leak is around the GTA 6 map location. The leak is reported to have come from datamined elements from Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto: Online.
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Are GTA 6 map locations leaked by GTA Online?
ClassiqueGTA was the first to put out leaks related to the game a few days ago on Twitter. The image in the tweet showed ‘Downtown Cab Co. Rever Collar’ and the tweet read: “An unreleased top named “Downtown Cab Co. Revere Collar” has a repeating pattern on it with a slightly modified Taxi. Interestingly the skyline in the background is not from Los Santos.”
There are two interesting things in the tweet: The modified taxi and the background are not from Los Santos.
An unreleased top named “Downtown Cab Co. Revere Collar” has a repeating pattern on it with a slightly modified Taxi.
Interestingly the skyline in the background is not from Los Santos, as pointed out by @WildBrick142 and friends.
Do with this finding as you will.#GTAOnline #GTA pic.twitter.com/8sW7JI8dB2
— Classique (@ClassiqueGTA) December 18, 2022
This is one of the more concrete examples of what to expect from GTA 6. However, it is all just speculation till an official announcement is made. Fans of the franchise have been waiting for the game for a long time. It is anticipated that the game will come out sometime in 2024.
More leaks around the game are being uploaded by Tom Henderson, who revealed that Take-Two Interactive uploaded and then took down a GOAT Simulator 3 advertisement because it had some aspects of the GTA 6 gameplay.
From what we know so far, we can determine that Rockstar is doing all that it can to prevent any kinds of leaks online.
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