Grand Theft Auto 6 could be announced in or before November

Fans believe that Rockstar Games will drop more GTA 6 details before the next investor call on November 7.

Nearly a decade after it first came out, Rockstar Games continues to give gamers a reason to keep on coming back to Grand Theft Auto 5. The now-standalone online expansion, GTA Online, is like a gift that keeps on giving, with the latest update bringing back classic events and adding even more content for players to enjoy. But, while some GTA fans have kept themselves busy over the years, a handful are trying to stir up discussions about when Grand Theft Auto 6 will be revealed.

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If we're lucky, GTA 6 could get at least a teaser trailer in a few weeks.

For what it's worth, Rockstar already confirmed that it's working on GTA 6 earlier this year with Take-Two Interactive setting expectations for the game. Later on, an unfortunate leak gave us valuable insight into the game's progress.

Unfortunately, that's all we have to go on about GTA 6 at the moment. Even if you pry into the details of Take-Two's sales pipeline through 2025, you won't find anything about the next GTA game. However, if we believe the recent rumors, Take-Two might finally be ready to talk about GTA 6 soon, with a trailer potentially coming before.

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In the meantime, GTA fans might want to sit back and relax while waiting for more GTA 6 news.

According to @LegacyKillaHD, Take-Two will have no choice but to talk about GTA 6 in its next investor call on November 7. Specifically, the source points to the Rockstar hack as the main reason. As investors worry about the potential security of Rockstar and if it will affect the sales of GTA 6, Take-Two will have to address the issue. The leaker then speculates that Rockstar might drop more info about GTA 6 before the call.

Coincidentally, this would line up with another insider suggesting that a UFO event for GTA Online will culminate in a GTA 6 reveal.

Since there's a UFO in GTA Online right now as per the latest update, it might be worth it to keep an eye out for any significant development.

In other news, Take-Two Interactive's CEO, Strauss Zelnick, voiced his support for Microsoft in its bid to close the deal and acquire Activision Blizzard.

Ray Ampoloquio
Ray is a lifelong gamer with a nose for keeping up with the latest news in and out of the gaming industry. When he's not reading, writing, editing, and playing video games, he builds and repairs computers in his spare time. You can find Ray on Twitter.
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