Almost ten years have passed since the launch of Grand Theft Auto V. The truth is, neither of us can accept this. The eagerly awaited video game launched for the now-outdated Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in September 2013.
However, GTA V has been released on various platforms, including the Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5. It’s also on track to become the most extensive money-making entertainment product ever.
After nearly a decade since Grand Theft Auto V’s debut, it should be no surprise that fans are impatiently awaiting any news on Grand Theft Auto VI. The release date and location of GTA VI are still up in the air, but we know that it is under development.
But a person who works in the industry says that some exciting things are coming to GTA VI. He has shared information about the game’s first reveal trailer. As reported by Dexerto, Brazilian YouTuber SanInPlay has said that the upcoming GTA VI trailer will include some story details about one of the main protagonists in the game, Lucia.
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Lucia, the future heroine of the Grand Theft Auto series, will break new ground as the first female protagonist of the GTA franchise. The first teaser for GTV VI has been released, and the YouTuber has tweeted a preview of some of the sequences we will see you act out.
He wrote: “Plane passes, a lizard crosses the street, Lucia is in prison exercising, dogs are playing, little doggy rolls on the beach.” A report by Bloomberg last year stated that Lucia is one of two playable characters in GTA VI, including a man named Jason. Their inspiration, the article alleged, was the bank-robbing pair, Bonnie and Clyde.
Lagarto atravessando a rua
Lucia na prisão se exercitando
Zerinho rolando em ocean beach#GTA6 #Trailer #Translate #SanInPlay
— SanInPlay (@DjSan_) January 10, 2023
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Thus, it made sense for Lucia to start playing in prison. Take-Two Interactive, the parent company of Rockstar Games, is holding an earnings call later (Feb. 6). Even though we might not see the trailer, the development of Grand Theft Auto VI may be mentioned.
After a massive cyber attack on Rockstar Games last year, almost an hour of GTA VI footage was leaked online. The leak appeared to corroborate the rumoured return to Vice City and the presence of male and female protagonists.