GTA 6 unreal open-world details leave fans floored
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GTA VI's open world is shaping up to be one of the most immersive video game locations we've ever visited, according to an incredibly detailed new gameplay leak.
If you've played a Rockstar Games title (and I'd be amazed if you hadn't) you'll know that the developer's open worlds are inimitable. Just look at Red Dead Redemption 2, a game so packed with stunning attention to detail that players are still uncovering new things.
In fact, take a look at some of the best Red Dead Redemption 2 wins and fails below to see what we mean:
It should come as no surprise, then, that GTA VI is all set to follow in Red Dead Redemption 2's footsteps and deliver yet another incredible open world experience.
A new document compiled by fans and based off the substantial gameplay leaks from last summer has outlined, among many other things, some of the open-world details they spotted before the gameplay was pulled offline. Considering the footage we all saw was from an early build of the game, that it was packed with quite so many small touches at such an early stage is nothing short of remarkable.
In a lengthy section entitled 'Attention To Detail', we can see all of the incredible touches Rockstar is known for. Again, it's worth noting this is all taken from an in-development build of GTA VI, so it's likely we can expect a lot more.
One of my favourite details outlined by the fans is that we can see raccoons that climb into garbage cans and run off with food. Undoubtedly colder players than me will be shooting those raccoons.
The leak also highlights some of the impressive interior details, noting dirt on the floor in a diner and huge amounts of unique assets lining the walls and shelves.
Elsewhere there's talk of the wind 'behaving realistically' which supports the rumours of more dynamic weather players will no doubt have to pay proper attention to in order to survive. There's also a lot of admiration for the game's water effects, which I've no doubt will be even better by the time the game launches.
All told it sounds like a classic Rockstar open world, which is to say it's filled with a ridiculous amount of details that most of us probably wouldn't even notice, but all serve to create a sense of immersion unlike anything since... well, since Red Dead Redemption 2, probably.