Rockstar games has shared a strange new video out of nowhere. Rockstar Games is best known for developing Grand Theft Auto and Red Dead Redemption franchising, which have been huge successes. As an example, Grand Theft Auto 5 has sold over 170 million units since its original release in 2013, with Red Dead Redemption 2 sits at 45 million copies.
2022 has already been a wild year for Rockstar Games, as the next big one GTA the game was leaked earlier this year. It included extensive gameplay footage from an underdevelopment Grand Theft Auto 6, and it also confirmed a dual protagonist setup for the game. The whole incident involved a hacker gaining access to the source code of GTA game and demanding to speak with Rockstar Games or Take-Two Interactive, presumably to strike a deal. While many games leak ahead of planned announcements, most are not susceptible to a hack of this level.
Rockstar Games has now shared a bizarre video on its Twitter account that consists of disturbing background sounds along with a mixture of colors. It starts and ends with the Rockstar Games logo flashing the same range of colors, but not pointing to anything concrete. The clip is only 15 seconds long, but some believe that Rockstar is teasing GTA 6 in the video. A leak pointed for GTA 6 has a heavy focus on drug cartels, so some players believe that the video could be connected to the central theme of the game.
On the other hand, others believe that Rockstar Games is simply promoting the latest update for Grand Theft Auto Online the title Los Santos drug war. Published on December 13th, this update is said to inject a “psychoactive strain of chaos into Grand Theft Auto Online.” The description somewhat matches the clip, but it is unclear if the strange video is connected to the upcoming Grand Theft Auto 6 or if Rockstar Games is just promoting Los Santos drug war Update.
Although there is no official release date for the GTA 6a rumor pointed to it coming out in 2025. If this rumored date turns out to be true, it would result in a whopping 12-year gap between two mainline titles in Grand Theft Auto franchise. By comparison, GTA 5 came out about five years after the release of Street 4with the distance being even shorter in previous entries.
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