GTA 6’s Release Date Leaked By Microsoft’s Investigation Report

Microsoft has accidentally unveiled the release date of the most awaited game, GTA 6. The game has been rumored with a lot of different release dates, but none of them were accurate or from reliable sources.

Rockstar Games launched GTA 5 in 2013, which means nine years ago, and in these years, the company hasn’t detailed anything regarding the next installment’s launch but now, after a long wait, Microsoft hints at its launch timeline.

Microsoft Hints, GTA 6 Would Launch In 2024

As we all know, Microsoft’s acquisition deal of Activision-Blizzard is currently under the radar of the UK’s regulatory. And Competition & Markets Authority (CMA) is investigating all aspects of this billion-dollar agreement.

To keep this investigation going, Microsoft has provided an entire document report to CMA containing every key detail regarding this deal, and one of the segments includes details about their competitors.

And on page number-24 of the document, its highlights that Activision’s competitor Rockstar Games, would launch GTA 6 in 2024, and it also mentions Take-Two Interactive’s other hits games, such as Grand Theft Auto V and Red Dead Redemption.

You can see their exact wording from these official notes in the above image, which reads that “The highly anticipated Grand Theft Auto VI (GTA 6) is expected to be released in 2024”.

As they mentioned, this release year is an ‘expectation’, so it is not any confirmed date, but as it is part of an investigation, there are higher chances it would come out as accurate in the future.

Besides, some of the earlier reports have suggested the game’s arrival is in 2025 or 2026 because it is currently under development, but now it seems that we only have to wait for two years.

Also, the Rockstar games have suffered a huge data breach on their early development data of game which includes game footage that is unveiling new mechanisms, and due to this, a lot of people expect more delay in game launch.
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