We are totally crazy about GTA 6. Everyone wants it to come out now and the expectation in the networks is enormous. To top it off, we live from leak to leak.
According to a tipster, GTA 6 will include “part of Cuba” as a playable area alongside Vice City, as well as a time jump at some point in the story.
GTA 6 may not have shown up at the PlayStation Showcase like everyone expected, but it still looks like a reveal of some sort could be just around the corner, especially now that Take-Two is openly commenting on the game and has even suggested it could launch in the next fiscal year.
We’re still waiting for an official reveal, but one leaker has suggested that our next trip to Vice City could include a stopover in nearby island nation Cuba.
Answering questions in a live GTA 6 live broadcast
Next, McVicker is quick to list some things he knows about the game, such as that it will have two playable characters, that there will be some sort of time jumping and that Cuba will be a playable zone.
McVicker said, “We already know how GTA 6″ is going to end. Spoilers, Bonnie and Clyde in the 1930s were killed in a shootout. It’s not three playable characters, it’s two. It takes place with a time jump. It takes place in the Miami, Florida area, and then also part of Cuba. It’s about drug trafficking. It’s about bank robbery. It’s coming out in 2024.”
For those wondering, McVicker has had a solid track record of leaks in the past, though they’ve mostly focused on Valve games and projects.
It’s also worth noting that much of what McVicker says in the video matches up with previous leaks of GTA 6. We’ve known for a while now, thanks to development footage that came out in 2021, that GTA 6 will take place in Vice City and feature a male and female protagonist, two things McVicker points out in the video.
Time jump within GTA 6?
What is most striking about McVicker’s comments is the mention of a time jump and Cuba. It’s not clear from McVicker’s comments when the time jump will take place, but it’s worth noting that GTA 5 started with a flashback and Red Dead Redemption 2 ended up jumping several years forward, so it’s not out of character for Rockstar.
As for parts of Cuba being playable in GTA 6, that’s not too surprising either considering how we were able to visit Guarma in Red Dead Redemption 2.
McVicker’s comment hints that Cuba will not be part of the main map and will be a secondary location that we will visit as part of the story, again along the lines of Red Dead Redemption 2.
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