According to a new Grand Theft Auto VI rumor, Rockstar Games is producing five contiguous cities across five states. The alleged insider affirms that there a sixth city to be featured in the game making it the most ambitious project from the studio.
Disclaimer – This information has not been verified, therefore this is not factual.
You will see a fully realized “Project America” if that’s what you want to call it.
There will be a total of 5 contiguous “cities across 5 states. Most of this was already built but needed to be brought over into the new engines. We have had to ask artists on several occasions to remove mention of this work from their professional profiles.
There is a 6th city in another location that I won’t spoil for you. The rest of the 5 should be obvious.
The current map is included in this new world (Expanded and enhanced) and kind of plugs in to the new map with the use of empty space in between. (We got really good at that recently) It will make more sense when you see it.
The leaker affirms that one of the cities to be featured in Grand Theft Auto VI is Liberty City, adding that the “Northern Pass area are the best looking parts of the game so far.”
The leaker also claims that most of the Grand Theft Auto VI leaks are accurate, but fans haven’t figured it the importance of Grand Theft Auto Online and its assets for the new game.
The rumored Project Americas is one of the craziest Grand Theft Auto VI leaks, the alleged insiders affirms that the story of game would develop in Rio de Janeiro, Bogota, Liberty City (New York City), Carcer City (Boston) Vice City (Miami), and San Andreas (Los Angeles).
A recent leak tried to debunk the large community of Project Americas’ believers, affirming that Grand Theft Auto VI will actually take place in Vice City in the 1970s. The story will follow Ricardo and will feature an emotional story.
There is a lot of speculation of the highly anticipated game. Rockstar games has not officially announced the game, but Bloomberg’s Jason Schreier affirms that the game is currently in development.