Grand Theft Auto, or GTA as it is popularly known, is one of the best-selling video game franchises of all time. Fans have been eagerly awaiting the release of the next main entry in the series, GTA 6, for years now. In this blog post, we will discuss Rockstar’s official announcement about the GTA 6 release date and speculate on when fans can expect to get their hands on the new game.

As the title suggests, the focus of this blog post is on discussing Rockstar’s announcement regarding the release date of the highly anticipated GTA 6. Rockstar has finally put an end to the speculation by confirming that GTA 6 will launch in 2025. However, the studio is yet to announce the exact release date.

GTA 6 Release

What has Rockstar officially said about the GTA 6 release date?

In a recent announcement, Rockstar confirmed that GTA 6 is scheduled for a 2025 release. The developer, however, did not provide a specific launch date, only stating that it will be released sometime between April 1, 2024 to March 31, 2025. This wide release window suggests that Rockstar is still working hard on polishing the game before declaring an exact date.

When can we expect the first gameplay trailer?

Rockstar surprised everyone by dropping the first teaser trailer for GTA 6 on December 4, 2023. Though short, the trailer gave excited fans their first glimpse at the upcoming game’s visuals and setting. It is speculated that Rockstar may release an extended gameplay reveal trailer sometime in late 2024 to build more hype prior to the game’s 2025 launch.

What platforms will GTA 6 be available on?

According to the official announcement from Rockstar and Take-Two Interactive, Grand Theft Auto 6 will be released on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S consoles in 2025. A PC version is expected, but it was not listed among the launch platforms. It is speculated that the PC version could lag behind PlayStation and Xbox releases. There is no official confirmation yet on whether GTA 6 will be available on other platforms such as Nintendo Switch, PS4, and Xbox One.

Will GTA 6 have an online mode at launch?

While not confirmed, it is very likely that GTA 6 will come with an robust online multiplayer mode similar to GTA 5. The online versions of Rockstar’s open-world games like GTA 5 and Red Dead Redemption 2 have proven to be immensely popular and profitable. So it makes perfect business sense for the company to include a fully-fledged online component with GTA 6 at launch to maximize profits. Only an official announcement will confirm if the online mode is a day one feature.

Will the story be as expansive as GTA 5?

Rockstar is known for crafting massively detailed and expansive open worlds in their GTA games. GTA 5 set the bar quite high with three fully-realized protagonists and multiple cities to explore. For GTA 6, fans are hoping that Rockstar takes things to the next level by introducing an even bigger map with more activities and an epic, cinematic story. Only time will tell if the developer manages to outdo themselves yet again.

In conclusion, while Rockstar has provided a broad 2025 release window for GTA 6, the exact launch date remains unknown for now. Fans will have to wait for more official updates from the developer to find out when exactly they can get their hands on the next epic GTA adventure. The first trailer has certainly fueled excitement and expectations are sky high for one of the most anticipated games ever. Only time will tell if Rockstar can deliver the perfect follow up to 2013’s GTA 5 when GTA 6 releases in 2025.


What new features can we expect in GTA 6?

While no new gameplay features have been officially announced, fans are speculating that GTA 6 may introduce things like improved AI, dynamic weather system, denser crowds, expanded interiors, multiple protagonists system, stock market investments, etc. Only Rockstar knows for sure.

Will GTA 6 be available on PS4 and Xbox One?

There is no official word from Rockstar on a last-gen release for GTA 6. The game is confirmed for PS5 and Xbox Series X/S only for now. A port to PS4 and Xbox One seems unlikely considering their aging hardware.