- The GTA 6 map leak news comes after a well-known insider and data miner for Rockstar Games, Tez2 (Twitter/TezFunz2), revealed on March 5, 2023, that the gaming studio is considering cutting day-one release content from the upcoming game GTA 6 and releasing it later as DLCs.
- Tez2 cited the game’s numerous delays and the company’s upper management setting a Holiday 2024 deadline as reasons for the decision.
- However, none of this information has been officially confirmed by Rockstar Games, and readers should take it with a grain of salt.
An alleged map of Vice City in the upcoming game GTA 6 has surfaced online. While this latest leaked version is smaller than previously leaked videos, it still depicts a map larger than GTA 5’s Los Santos and Blaine County. The possibility of the game’s return to Vice City has been a hot topic in the Grand Theft Auto community, and rumors about the game’s plot and location have been circulating since the September 2022 leaks.
While Rockstar Games has not yet made an official statement on the matter, fans and data miners have uncovered a wealth of leaked information. It remains to be seen whether these leaks will prove accurate, but fans of the franchise are eagerly anticipating any news about the highly anticipated game.
Fans eagerly await official news amidst GTA 6 map leaks and DLC rumors
On March 16, 2023, Reddit user tusstaster (Reddit: u/tusstaster) shared a post comparing the map of Grand Theft Auto 5 to a leaked map allegedly from Grand Theft Auto 6. The post included side-by-side images, revealing that the State of San Andreas in GTA 5 appears to be significantly smaller than the map in the upcoming game.
The leaked map includes Vice City Beach Island and Starfish Island, both of which were featured in GTA Vice City. The Vice City Mainland Island appears to have expanded to a massive landmass, as depicted in the leaked image. While it’s still unclear if this leak is accurate, it has certainly created a buzz among Grand Theft Auto fans eagerly anticipating the game’s release.
Additionally, the leaked map appears to include several smaller islands located below the Vice City Mainland Island, as well as two lakes, two mountains, and a swamp. The Redditor who shared the post provided further commentary, offering their interpretation of what the map could mean for the game. This leak has added to the speculation and excitement surrounding GTA 6, with fans eagerly anticipating any further news or leaks about the highly anticipated game.
“There are countless Cities/Towns such as York Town, Red Hill, etc found in the files. Most of these locations point towards north of Port Gelhorn, making the map expand even further north.”
According to Tez2 (Twitter/TezFunz2), a well-known insider and data miner for Rockstar Games, the gaming studio is considering cutting day-one release content from the game and releasing it as DLCs later.
Tez2 revealed this information on March 5, 2023, citing the game’s numerous delays and the company’s upper management setting a Holiday 2024 deadline as reasons for the decision. It should be noted that none of this information has been officially confirmed by Rockstar Games, and readers should take it with a grain of salt.
The recent GTA 6 map leak has left fans buzzing with excitement, but the latest rumors of day-one release content being cut and released later as DLCs have caused concern. While nothing has been officially confirmed by Rockstar Games, insiders such as Tez2 have suggested that this is a possibility.
With a Holiday 2024 deadline set by the company’s upper management, fans are eagerly anticipating any news or announcements about the game’s release. It remains to be seen whether the leaked map and DLC rumors will prove accurate, but fans are undoubtedly brimming with anticipation for the upcoming title.