Rockstar Games at last released the trailer for its hotly long-awaited Grand Theft Auto 6 on Tuesday, hours early because of an alleged trailer spill via virtual entertainment stage X (previously Twitter). True to form, the trailer immediately circulated around the web on YouTube, with the video collecting more than 11 million perspectives in the 2-hour window since it was posted on the authority Rockstar Games channel on YouTube.
The GTA 6 trailer affirms large numbers of the releases that have been flowing around the open-world game, while an ensuing public statement from Rockstar Games uncovered that the game will be coming to PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X and Series S in 2025. In any case, there was no report on when or on the other hand assuming that the game would be coming to PC, doubtlessly stirring up a lot of consternation for some PC gaming fans.
While affirming that the trailer for the impending game has for sure been spilled, Rockstar Games said on X: “Our trailer has spilled so if it’s not too much trouble, watch the genuine article on YouTube”
The trailer spill comes closely following a GTA 6 interactivity video becoming a web sensation on TikTok, which gave a sneak look at the profoundly expected interactivity and guide of forthcoming game, and sent the gaming local area into a free for all.