There has been a ton of talk online about the next installment of GTA, Grand Theft Auto VI. That is something we’ve seen for years, but it ramped up quite a bit recently. That was due to Rockstar Games confirming that the next installment will have its first trailer this month. Leading up to December, we got further confirmation that the trailer would appear online tomorrow, December 5, 2023, at 9 AM EST. So we’re just a day away from the trailer, but if you were wondering just how long this trailer will be, then we can offer some insight.
Thanks to PlayStation Game Size on their X social media account, Grand Theft Auto VI trailer will run for 1m 31s. That at least assures fans we are not just getting a brief teaser but something a little more substantial. Just what this trailer will unveil remains to be seen. However, fans are obviously ecstatic. Fans have been dealing with just Grand Theft Auto V and its multiplayer counterpart, Grand Theft Auto Online. The latest installment first hit the scene back in 2013 and became a massive entertainment media hit.
If you don’t recall, Grand Theft Auto V hit some impressive milestone records. So, we’re certainly eager to see just how this next installment does when it launches into the marketplace. Unfortunately, we’ll have to wait until tomorrow before we can get some of the finer details of what exactly is in store for players. We know that we’re getting a more tropical type of location with the release date announcement graphic featuring palm trees. Of course, with past leaks, it’s all but confirmed officially that the next game will be taking place back in Vice City.
Hopefully, we’ll get a little more insight into the game narrative with this trailer alongside an official look into map setting. Likewise, another big question fans are hopeful to see answered in this trailer is a launch window. A launch year could at least let us know if we can expect Grand Theft Auto VI sometime in 2024 or if we’ll get the game within 2025. At any rate, we don’t have too long of a wait to endure, as tomorrow morning should be all about Grand Theft Auto and the future of this iconic franchise.