GTA 6 leak confirms something fans have been hotly anticipating

There's a lot to unpack here.

Published on Oct 23, 2023 at 12:16PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Oct 30, 2023 at 6:53PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Kate Bain
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The latest ‘batch’ of GTA 6 leaks and rumors hints at a few juicy elements that people are excited about.

And there’s more because a couple of features that we’ve seen in previous games are also set for a comeback.

READ MORE: Another Grand Theft Auto 6 leak suggests there’ll be multiple states, and even countries, to explore

GTA 6 is aiming to be the most realistic Grand Theft Auto game ever.

This, among other things, will change the way the player can interact with animals and vice versa.

For example, alligators will hunt other animals, potentially including humans.

Also, dogs will have rabies, and if the player gets bit, they’ll have to seek medical treatment.

And there’s something else, too.

For the first time ever, the shoe will be on the other foot and the player can get mugged and can have their car stolen.

This is unheard of.

In previous games, the player could also be attacked but only during a mission or as a consequence of an action.

For example when you bump into someone else’s car and the driver reacts.

In the new game, however, this could be totally unprovoked.

You could be sitting at the light and a random NPC (non playable character) might just help themselves to your car.

Ufos and possibly Bigfoot might be making a comeback.

And last but not least, torture missions are back.

Torture missions were introduced in Grand Theft Auto 5 and were considered a bit controversial.

Even in a video game of this nature, some people thought these missions were unnecessarily cruel and didn’t really help the storyline anyway.

We’ll find out soon enough because, based on what the CEO of Take-Two Interactive said, GTA 6 could be released as soon as next year.

Hopefully that’s the case.

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