A recent GTA VI leak confirms unreal water physics and new side activities. Since teasing us with the announcement that Grand Theft Auto VI development had begun over a year ago, Rockstar Games has kept us in the dark.
We still don’t know the exact date of its official release, the platforms it will be available on, the location of its setting, or the plot of its narrative. Unfortunately, all we have to go on is a continuous stream of rumors, theories, and a scant amount of gameplay footage.
As a result, because it’s a new day, we have yet another new GTA VI rumor, which this time has to do with its side activities and water physics.
In a tweet posted by ‘GTA 6 Trailer Countdown,’ according to Xfire.com, Rockstar Games is rumored to upgrade its in-house RAGE (Rockstar Advanced Game Engine), which powers Red Dead Redemption 2.
@GTAVI_Countdown tweeted: “Rockstar Games has reportedly hired a team of 20 engineers that works exclusively on GTA 6’s water physics, introducing surfing in the series”
Rockstar Games has reportedly hired a team of 20 engineers that works exclusively on GTA 6’s water physics, introducing surfing for the first time in the series. pic.twitter.com/jbMHmuzXc1
— GTA 6 Trailer Countdown ⏳ (@GTAVI_Countdown) May 12, 2023
Some players have used a game’s water physics to judge its visual appeal for years. I still recall being impressed with Onimusha 2: Samurai’s Destiny from Capcom in 2002 because of its water physicals.
A lot has changed during the past 20 years, particularly in the era of ray-tracing technology. However, water physics will not only seem and function realistically but will also significantly impact GTA VI’s ancillary activities.
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Sure, in earlier editions, we were allowed to drive boats and swim, and if we were lucky, in GTA V, we might have been eaten by a shark. However, it’s rumored that GTA VI will introduce players to surfing, which is bodacious, even if I say so myself.
Until proven false, we should treat rumors and speculation like any other. Speaking of stories, it’s possible that the claimed voice actor for a character in Grand Theft Auto VI hinted at the Vice City setting. Rockstar Games should make official announcements about GTA VI in the upcoming months.