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‘GTA 6’ hidden clue is presumably found in ‘GTA: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition’
Fans are back to speculating on Rockstar Games’ plans for “GTA 6.” This time, they believe that a hidden clue was found in the recently launched “GTA: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition.”
GTAForums member mussefar03 recently shared the supposed “GTA 6” easter egg. It is a framed wall photo displayed at the Lil’ Probe’Inn, an in-game bar situated in Bone County in “GTA: San Andreas.” Clearer versions of the image are shown in the tweet below, and it has once again sent fans into forming theories about the unannounced sequel to “GTA V.”
Another #GTATrilogy mystery hunt. The Lil' Probe'Inn has an unidentified house amongst the UFO photo display... GTAVI? (jk) (or am I, where is this from?)— Kirsty ???? (@kirstycloud) November 16, 2021
Credit to ArthurZussman, mussefar03 and mrcharhead for these images.
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Lil’ Probe’Inn was inspired by a real-life location called Little A’Le’Inn in Rachel, Nevada. Both the “GTA” location and the real establishment are UFO-themed because of Little A’Le’Inn’s proximity to Area 51.
The alleged “GTA 6” clue is displayed on a wall at the bar, along with other UFO photos. But it stood out among the other images because it, interestingly, appears to be taken from a different area. The same photo does not show much aside from the facade of a house with a front yard and two tall trees that several fans believe resembles a common house design in Florida.
Others have pointed out that the photo in question seems to be new, leading to further speculations that it may be pertaining to an unreleased game from Rockstar. With all these circumstances, it did not take long before fans suggested that it could be a hidden clue about “GTA 6.”
This is not the first time fans believe they have found something in existing “GTA” games that suggest “GTA 6” is in development. The game is also widely rumored to be primarily set in Vice City, which is a map based in Miami, Florida.
Officially, however, Rockstar and publisher Take-Two Interactive is still mum about their plans for “GTA 6.” The game’s development has not been announced yet, let alone when it will be released. The developer is also currently occupied with an ongoing project, the “GTA V” enhanced and expanded edition, which has been delayed to March 2022.