GTA 6 leaks: New footage, larger map, fall 2024 release, reveal trailer on December 5

Anticipation for the long-awaited Grand Theft Auto 6 is reaching a fever pitch. Now, just days ahead of the official reveal, a new leak has surfaced, revealing the alleged gameplay footage and details of the GTA 6 map.

Leaked Footage

The leaked footage, posted on TikTok by a user named azzarossi, appears to be from a development build of GTA 6. It showcases a metropolis area of Vice City, with the camera moving freely and developer notes visible on the screen.

While the footage doesn’t reveal much in terms of gameplay, it does provide another glimpse into the highly anticipated game. GTA fans have quickly compared the leaked footage to last year’s leaks and found similarities in terms of buildings and landmarks.

Leaked Map Details

In addition to the leaked footage, more details about GTA 6 have also been circulating online. According to these leaks, GTA 6 will feature a map that’s twice the size of GTA V’s Los Santos. The game is also said to include three major cities and four sub-cities, with a large lake in the center of the map.

The leaker claims that 70% of the buildings in GTA 6 will be enterable, and the game is reportedly set for a fall 2024 launch. Pre-orders for the game are expected to go live following the release of the first trailer this week.


GTA Base further clarified that while the evidence linking the leaker to the Rockstar employee is convincing, it’s also possible that the picture used as evidence could be fake or that a third party is impersonating the leaker.

Rockstar Games has yet to comment on the leak, so it’s important to treat the information as a rumor until official confirmation. However, the leak has undoubtedly fueled the excitement for GTA 6, adding another layer of anticipation to the upcoming reveal.



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