A Reddit user who goes by Denso95 spent a significant amount of time analyzing leaked GTA 6 footage and he made a game-changing discovery.
Literally game-changing, in this case.
Denso95 made a list of the things he found out and there appears to be a combination of completely new features as well as known features that were missing in GTA 5.
Vehicle physics and dynamics will look more like GTA 4 with some elements from GTA 5.
People loved the way vehicle physics worked in GTA 4, chiefly because it was deemed more realistic.
Among other things, for example, driving became more difficult when the playable character was tired or drunk.
Reminder that GTA IV still has the best vehicle physics of any open world game. pic.twitter.com/CBvB4mOwk2— Stephen Slack (@sjaslack) August 20, 2019
By the way, in addition to the long list of vehicles you could drive in the old games, players will now have access to hovercrafts.
Another interesting feature is the city will change over time, for example when new buildings are completed.
There’ll be new animals (including seagulls), new locations you can interact with (including hotels and massage parlors) and there’ll be libraries, too.
Obviously, the one thing people are truly excited about is the new map.
In addition to Vice City (Miami), which is the main location, playable characters will be able to visit The Keys, prisons, possibly an underwater research facility and different towns inspired by the US State of Georgia.
Crucially, you’ll be able to travel ‘abroad’ for the first time in the franchise history.
Numerous leaks point to a town by the name of Port Gellhorn, which is supposedly set in Panama.
Further, Denso95 explains there’s another accessible area known as the ‘Americas’.
Obviously, that could mean anything from Canada to Mexico, from Panama to Brazil.
The hype surrounding GTA 6 is at an all-time high, partly because of these leaks and rumors and also because of something Take-Two Interactive CEO Zelnick Strauss said.
Speaking to CNBC, Strauss said they’re expecting a boost in revenue next year after the release of some upcoming titles.
That wouldn’t be particularly shocking per se, considering Take-Two releases new games on a regular basis, were it not for the fact that Strauss said he’s expecting 10-figure growth in that particular quarter.
Perhaps this is just a classic case of wishful thinking, but we can only think of one title that could generate billions in sales in just one quarter.
That has to be GTA 6… we hope.