A new rating for the highly anticipated Grand Theft Auto 6 (GTA 6) has emerged, sparking excitement among fans of the popular video game franchise. The Australian Classification Board has given the game an MA 15+ rating, the same rating previously bestowed upon older GTA titles such as GTA IV, Vice City, and San Andreas in Australia.
Interestingly, the rating was dated April 2 of this year, but previous cached pages and snapshots are scarce. The only available snapshot dates back to October 11, 2023. This has fueled speculation among fans regarding the game’s official announcement and release date.
Although Rockstar, the game’s developer, has yet to make an official announcement, recent rumors indicate that it may happen later this year. Take-Two Interactive, the parent company of Rockstar, raised expectations by hinting at a release no later than March 2025 during a recent investor call.
In terms of gameplay, GTA 6 is expected to feature significant visual advancements compared to its predecessor, GTA V. The game will leverage an updated RAGE engine, promising a visually stunning experience that surpasses even the graphics of Red Dead Redemption 2.
Fans eagerly await further updates on GTA 6, including the announcement of a release date. Speculation and discussions about the game’s expected features and gameplay mechanics are already buzzing in online communities. As the anticipation builds, gamers are curious to know when Rockstar will finally unveil the next chapter in the Grand Theft Auto saga.
– Australian Classification Board
– Take-Two Interactive