GTA 6 takes us back to Vice City, in Unreal Engine 5, in the fan trailer

GTA 6 takes us back to Vice City, in Unreal Engine 5, in the fan trailer

Rockstar Games has released very little information on GTA 6, the latest installment of the videogame series, although the game is currently in the works.

The news on the successor of Grand Theft Auto V (which you can retrieve on Amazon ) will arrive in due course, although the hype is already very, very high.

After all, Rockstar Games has recently admitted that GTA 6 will have to be ” the best game of the series ” to meet the expectations of fans.

Just recently, Jason Schreier, an authoritative pen and well-known journalist have been stripping some information about GTA 6 from his usual sources. Waiting for the official confirmation of the rite now comes a truly breathtaking fan project.

As reported by Wccftech , a new concept trailer made by TeaserPlay imagines GTA 6 in Unreal Engine 5, and the result is truly splendid.

Including cities like Vice City, Liberty City, San Fierro, and o, then, the video lets you imagine what the sixth chapter of Grand Theft Auto could really be like, even though the game is unlikely to use Epic’s graphics engine.

Just below, theis  trailer in question:

 

“We all know that GTA is in development and soon we will have the official announcement, it is said that the game will be made with a new version of the RAGE Engine and wants to directly challenge the Unreal Engine 5,” explains TeaserPlay.

“In this video, we tried to bring a broad showcase of the environments in UE5 that we might see in the game. According to what has been reported, the game will initially take place in Vice City, and in the future other maps will be added such as Liberty City, San Fierro, and Las Venturas ».

According to rumors, Grand Theft Auto VI will be very different from its predecessors, as the tone of the game will reflect the changes that have taken place in the studio in recent times. But not only that: it will also be the first title in the series to have a playable female protagonist.

Recently, Rockstar adjusted the game by removing some phrases considered offensive by the community, and by the development team itself.

Speaking of other respectable fan trailers, have you seen what the classic GTA 3 looks like in the splendor of Unreal Engine 5?

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