Grand Theft Auto fans have discovered an Easter Egg they believe may be a teaser for GTA VI, the highly-anticipated next mainline game in the franchise.
The potential clue, discovered by Twitter user @kirstycloud, appears in the "Lil Probe Inn" coffee shop in GTA: San Andreas - Definitive Edition. A selection of new photographs has been added to the stores' wall, most of which include images from locales featured in Grand Theft Auto IV and V. Yet one of the images includes an unknown house, one that doesn't appear in any of Rockstar's previous open-world games. The existence of this image has generated a great deal of discussion, with some fans believing that the picture is based on an internal, unannounced project that is possibly Grand Theft Auto VI.
Many are pointing to subtle details in the photograph as further evidence. The inclusion of palm trees in the front yard and the general style of the house appear to be based on a residence in Florida. By itself, that doesn't mean much. Yet recent rumors surrounding the setting for GTA VI suggest that the game will be based in Vice City, Rockstar's approximation of Miami, Florida.
While the theory itself may hold some water, it's recommended that fans take this rumor with a massive grain of salt. Rockstar is known for hiding fun Easter Eggs in their games, but it's worth noting that the core Grand Theft Auto developer didn't work on GTA: The Trilogy - Definitive Edition. Grove Street Games was responsible for the remastered bundle, making the tease a little harder to believe.
While fans wait patiently for Grand Theft Auto VI, which is reportedly scheduled to only launch in 2023 at the earliest, they'll be able to enjoy GTA: The Trilogy - Definitive Edition... if they can look past its glaring problems. The recently launched collection was met by a wave of controversy as players battled to deal with an excessive amount of glitches and bugs.
Others have expressed frustration with the poor quality of the games, criticizing the updated character models, animations and graphical effects. The game launched in such a state that Rockstar Games was forced to take its own launcher offline for a full day, effectively delisting the PC version of The Trilogy just hours after release.
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