GTA 6 fresh major leak revealed the entire game and delighted fans Latest

GTA 6 fresh major leak revealed the entire game and delighted fans


A new major leak has appeared online about the expected game. GTA 6 from Rockstar Games, which revealed a lot of new things and delighted fans.

New information has revealed how much the RAGE engine in Grand Theft Auto 6 has evolved compared to previous installments. According to new information, the graphics gap between GTA V and GTA VI will be very noticeable compared to all past Rockstar games. According to sources of the new leak, the difference in graphics will be even greater than that of GTA 5 and Red Dead Redemption 2. At the same time, it is expected that GTA 6 will have noticeably updated and improved vehicle physics, improved artificial intelligence, and more realistic movement time and much more.

From a new leak it became known how the developers are going to change the physics of cars in Grand Theft Auto 6. It is reported that the authors have significantly increased the number of polygons in cars compared to GTA V. “This will show more accurate deformation of cars, and therefore more realistic situations “, the leak says. Also in GTA 6, water physics and lighting will be significantly improved. In addition, a realistic weather system is expected that will affect the game world. “Gusts of wind will affect vegetation and also create waves. This will disturb the peace and quiet of the beach inhabitants. Rain and wind will affect high speed driving. Sunrises and sunsets will be more realistic than ever before, and the nights will be more disturbing,” the authors of the leak report.

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It is worth noting that the GTA 6 game has not yet been fully announced. It is expected that the announcement and first trailer for Grand Theft Auto 6 will be shown before the end of 2023. GTA VI is expected to be released in 2024-2025.

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