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GTA 6 Listed on a Digital Store With the Release Window Included

Rockstar Games has not yet announced the release date of the highly expected Grand Theft Auto 6, or GTA 6, and fans are impatiently awaiting some details.

While console players are excitedly anticipating the launch of the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Scarlett, which will be released during the holiday season of this year, the most expected game that’s on everybody’s lips is GTA 6.

Even though the title has not been officially announced, this has not put an end to the numerous rumors and speculations that arise with regard to it. The fifth sequel of the game was originally launched in 2013 for PS3 and Xbox 360 but was not made available for PC players until 2015.

Now, an Austrian retailer may have actually unveiled the release of GTA 6, and even its launch period, which is the best thing since sliced bread. The developer’s creation periods of the game are rather long. For instance, Red Dead Redemption 2 was launched back in 2018 and will be around for many years in the future, unless the developer confirms the release of the GTA 6.

Is it Time for GTA 6 Yet?

At the moment, there are a few leaks online, coming from virtual stores that are already selling the reserve of the new sequel in the GTA. Players can already split up the day one or start version via the Gameware site, for a total of €70 ($78) on Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

The game is being launched as a ‘D1 Edition,’ with a release date for this year. [Image: Gameware]
On the Gameware. at website, GTA 6 is listed for PS4, Xbox One, as well as for PC. According to the website, the game is being launched as a ‘D1 Edition,’ with a release date for this year. The GTA 6 logo seems to be incredibly similar to the fifth edition of the game, with the number 6 in roman numerals (VI), and the word ‘Six’ stretching across the numerals. The PC version is also put for sale on the website, with the price tag of €60 ($67).

Fans are wondering if the much-awaited announcement of GTA 6 will take place soon, more so since Rockstar Games published a job offer, not long ago, asking for an ‘experienced video editor’ that will edit and design a high-quality trailer.

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