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Fans Believe Grand Theft Auto 6 is Teased in New Rockstar Video

Fan theories have popped up regarding a recent GTA V online trailer.

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Grand Theft Auto V was released by Rockstar Games way back in September of 2013. Still, the game continues to rake in money as Rockstar keeps pushing online updates over and over.

At the same time, fans are not content with playing the same Grand Theft Auto game again and again. Grand Theft Auto IV came out in 2008: five years before GTA V.

So the fact that it has been seven years since the release of the most current version of the series can explain why fans are antsy. They are even antsy enough to be searching for hidden clues in any and every new Rockstar video. 

Clearly fans are taking a very deep dive into Rockstar’s newest trailer. I mean, people believe that this random dirt path somewhat symbolizing a “VI” is a hint. 

Let me first say that I am a fan of the Grand Theft Auto series. But regardless of that, I am not going to be digging in and around every which corner to get a hint about their next release. 

There were plenty of theories about when GTA V would drop, and the same thing is going to happen in regards to GTA VI. I am not going to hold my breath hoping Rockstar gives me a crumb of an easter egg. 

If you try and find clues and hints, it is just going to drive you crazy until it is actually announced that the game is being released. 

Besides, you have to figure GTA VI will be released somewhat soon based on how long ago the last installment was released. Seven years is a long time, and even though Rockstar games was working on other projects (like Red Dead Redemption II) after GTA V’s release, they have to be cooking something up. So fans: be patient. The game will come, whenever that may be. 

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