GTA 6 Reveal Expected ‘As Early As This Week,’ According To Report

The announcement of GTA 6 could be any moment if rumors are correct, with a trailer not too far away.

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Grand Theft Auto VI is easily one of the most anticipated games over the past few years, as rumors continue to swirl about it. Fans have been eagerly waiting for any news about the next installment of GTA, and that could be about to change this week.

Rockstar Games has yet to provide an official announcement for GTA 6. But it’s been over a decade since the release of GTA V, and fans couldn’t be more excited to see what is next. The wait may soon end, though, as a recent report suggests that the announcement for GTA VI is imminent, and a trailer release is just around the corner.

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Grand Theft Auto 6 Trailer Expected in December 2023

new report by Bloomberg suggests that an official GTA VI reveal is expected “as early as this week,” according to multiple sources familiar with the project. Following the announcement, Rockstar Games is looking to celebrate its 25th anniversary in December by showcasing the first trailer for the highly anticipated title.

As this date lines up in December, we could be getting a trailer during The Game Awards, which is scheduled to take place on December 7. Alternatively, for Rockstar’s previous title, Red Dead Redemption 2, the company teased this game via social media before releasing a trailer in the next few days.

Grand Theft Auto 5 has sold over 185 million units since its release in 2013, so it’s expected that Rockstar Games was looking to continue expanding this juggernaut of a franchise. Last year, the company suffered a massive leak where hours of early video footage of GTA 6 was released online. At the time, Rockstar Games issued a statement that they were working on the next Grand Theft Auto game but didn’t specify any further details. The person responsible for this leak was later arrested in the UK and charged with cybercrimes.