'GTA 6' Release Date, Leaks, Features: ‘Holiday 2020’ Launch Revealed by Source With Correct PlayStation 5 Details
Rockstar Games has been mum about the release date window and gameplay details of “GTA 6.” But a recently leaked information might have already broken the silence claiming that the game would be launched in 2020.
“A third-party small developer from EU” who has been working with game developers making contents for PS5 leaked this information through a Pastebin file. By the end of the post, the informant dropped some interesting details about “GTA 6.”
The source reported that “GTA 6” will “most probably” be out by the holiday season of 2020, which usually means sometime between November to December. Added to that, there is also a possibility that the game would be a PS-exclusive title for at least a month if Sony closes a deal with Rockstar Games and Take-Two. While neither of these companies has spoken about exclusivity deals for “GTA 6,” the leaker reported, “Sony is paying huge money” to make it happen.
It has been rumored for several months now that “GTA 6” might feature more than one city in its main gameplay map following a report that it has been codenamed “Project Americas.” Now, the same PS5 source echoed hearing these rumblings and that the game might, specifically, feature maps inspired by the cities of Miami and New York. However, the informant warned fans, “But I’m not sure if that’s 100% true.”
Since this is a leaked information, fans waiting for “GTA 6” have the right to question its credibility. Given that the source is unidentified at this point, the only way to tell is if these pieces of information have been confirmed, which already happened.
The same “GTA 6” source reported that some PS5 details will be released in Q2 2019 (April, May, or June) and Sony PS lead system architect Mark Cerny already did through an interview with Wired earlier this month. The leak mentioned PS5 is being built with a CPU based on AMD Ryzen architecture and a GPU based on AMD Navi — both have since been confirmed by Cerny, too.