Is GTA 6 coming to the PC?
With the release of the first official trailer of GTA 6, PC in particular are curious whether they will get the PC port at the release of the game or will they have to wait for more years
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After a decade-long wait, fans finally witnessed the release of the first trailer of GTA 6 along with its press release. The GTA 6 Trailer came out a few hours early. It took the gaming world by storm. As expected, the trailer swiftly gained popularity on YouTube. It received over 11 million views in just about 3 hours. Although, There are a lot of fans pointing out and wondering about it after seeing the trailer.
Firstly, The trailer confirmed that GTA 6 will come out in 2025. As the game returns to the iconic Vice City, the nostalgia is no less than a treat. Furthermore, there’s a lot of discussion going on with the missing things and press release statements. For instance, the platforms it’ll be available on or console exclusive? Find the answers to these questions below:
Is GTA 6 announced for PCs?
Take-Two confirmed in a press statement that GTA 6 will debut on PS5 and Xbox Series X/S. The first GTA 6 trailer, just tells fans that Rockstar’s next open-world crime spree is coming in 2025. The press statement and leaks do not mention the PC. This implies that Rockstar, like with Red Dead Redemption 2 and other games, will postpone the release of the PC version.
While this comes as a disappointment to PC players, Rockstar Games is just following the tradition. Although PC Gaming has spread widely since the release of GTA V, Rockstar Games tradition remained the same. While many player might have to wait over a year or so after 2025 to enjoy GTA VI, things can take a turn.
A lot of this is yet to be disclosed as the hype for the latest GTA has just begun. Fans just touched a few drops of the tide which is yet to come aside from the leaks. Rockstar Games might not reveal more details in the coming few months but this official trailer and official release year have given fans a sigh of relief.
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