The first official trailer for the famous video game Grand Theft Auto VI Rockstar Games, the company responsible for the development of the game (also (Red Dead Redemption) decided to advance it, because of this, ahead of time. The title will be released on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S in 2025.
The video, which lasts a minute and a half, shows important details about what the guidelines of the video game will be. The most important is the appearance of a female character of Latin origin, the main character named Lucia. His partner, the criminal Jason, also appears. Both stories are inspired by Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barros, two notorious criminals from the United States whose violent activities took place in the 1930s. For the first time in the history of this video game, a female character becomes the main character in the background. and development.
The location of the story takes place in the port city of Vice City, a resort in Miami. In addition, it is a return to the place where they already chose in 2002 GTA: Vice Cityand. However, here they venture into the completely modern and spacious environment of the city.
The trailer shows a possible action story tied to the main characters, where Lucia is the main axis: attacks on the couple, police reaction. In addition, one of the most striking details of the video is the presence and use of social networks, which is reflected through live videos on various platforms. Love is a long wayby Tom Petty, is a song that plays in the background and sets every scene in what will be the ultimate video game.
“Grand Theft Auto VI “Continues our efforts to push the boundaries of what’s possible in a highly immersive, story-driven open-world experience,” said Sam Houser, founder of Rockstar Games. In addition, the great anticipation that has arisen around the launch of the new GTA VI It’s huge, which directly applies to the player community, which Houser also addressed, stressing that they’re excited to “share this new vision with players from all over the world.”
Source: El Diario