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GTA 6 quietly delayed without any of us noticing

GTA 6 quietly delayed without any of us noticing

We can’t wait for GTA VI

Fans are hyped for the release of the next entry in the iconic Grand Theft Auto series from Rockstar Games but it seems that some may have not noticed that GTA VI has been delayed (kind of).

When Rockstar Games finally revealed the debut trailer for GTA VI in December 2023 following months of rumours and infamous gameplay leaks, we also learned that it would arrive sometime in 2025. However, at the time, we had no idea as to when exactly GTA VI would be released other than that vague window.

Check out the GTA VI trailer below!

Thankfully, just this week following a financial earnings call from Rockstar Games' parent company Take-Two Interactive, the release window for GTA VI was narrowed down drastically. That being said, unlike the big reveal from December 2023, the new release window was subtly announced with no bells and whistles.

Previous rumours suggested that GTA VI may be released in early 2025, which would have been great. Yet, despite a solid release date not being announced, for some, GTA VI has been quietly delayed without many of us noticing.

If you assumed that GTA VI would be released in early 2025, the recent news may feel like a delay of sorts. To put more of a positive spin on things, the fact that we now know that GTA VI will be released in late 2025, gives Rockstar Games more time to develop and get the game all polished up, which in turn should reduce any chance of the game being officially delayed.

At the time of writing, Grand Theft Auto VI will be released in late 2025 for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S. A PC release hasnt been announced yet, but hopefully, that reveal will be made in the coming months by Rockstar Games.

Featured Image Credit: Rockstar Games

Topics: GTA, GTA 6, Grand Theft Auto, PC, PlayStation, PlayStation 5, Rockstar Games, Take-Two, Xbox, Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X