The gaming world is abuzz with the latest whispers surrounding "Grand Theft Auto 6" (GTA 6), the highly anticipated title from Rockstar Games. Despite the company's tight-lipped approach, a new leak has emerged, purportedly from an unconventional source - a former office cleaner at Rockstar.
According to this anonymous source, who shared their account on a gaming subreddit, their six-month tenure at Rockstar offered them brief glimpses into the development of GTA 6. Despite stringent security protocols, the cleaner claims to have spotted a few intriguing details. The most significant of these is a glimpse of what appeared to be the final frame of a trailer or advertisement, prominently featuring the GTA logo with "September 2025" beneath it. This has led to rampant speculation that this could be the prospective release date for the game.
The source also described a brief view of the game's map, seen on a developer's monitor. They described it as "huge", with several clusters of roads that suggested the presence of multiple cities or towns. This aligns with previous rumors about the expansive nature of GTA 6's game world.
Adding to the intrigue, the cleaner mentioned overhearing a developer expressing relief at the absence of actor Bryan Zampella, who had been rumored to be involved in the game. This piece of hearsay, though unsubstantiated, adds another layer to the swirling rumors around the game's development.
GTA 6 release date leaked: Expected in September 2025
However, some elements of the cleaner's story have raised doubts. The usage of the term "liquor" in a UK-based studio, where "alcohol" is more commonly used, has cast some skepticism on the authenticity of these claims. Additionally, considering Rockstar's reputation for secrecy and the anticipated nature of GTA 6, it seems unlikely that a cleaner would not be bound by a non-disclosure agreement (NDA).
The moderators of the subreddit where this leak was posted claim to have verified the cleaner's employment with Rockstar, yet the authenticity and accuracy of the information remain uncertain. This raises the question of whether the cleaner genuinely revealed behind-the-scenes details or if it's a fabrication seeking online attention.
While the gaming community eagerly awaits official news on GTA 6, they can find solace in the fact that Grand Theft Auto III, Vice City, and San Andreas are now available for free on Netflix, providing a nostalgic trip down memory lane as the wait for GTA 6 continues.