- GTA 6 will be set in Vice City, inspired by Florida, and will feature a diverse range of wildlife, showcasing Rockstar’s attention to detail.
- Fans have already identified several animals in the GTA 6 trailer, including sharks, turtles, dolphins, and various bird species.
- Rockstar’s reputation for creating lifelike worlds and intricate environments, as seen in Red Dead Redemption 2, suggests that GTA 6 will offer a truly immersive open world experience.
Ever since the official trailer for Grand Theft Auto 6 dropped in early December, many fans have been diligently picking apart the contents of the first reveal from Rockstar. The long-awaited trailer was one of 2023’s biggest highlights, and eagle-eyed GTA fans have been trying to uncover any new information that may help them piece together what GTA 6 has in store.
Although GTA 6‘s trailer finally being revealed was a great way to close out 2023, fans unfortunately still have a long wait ahead of them. Some fans may have been hoping for a 2024 release, but gamers won’t get to see GTA 6 until 2025. Even the official release date remains a mystery. However, thanks to some particularly detail-oriented fans, there are at least small details noticed by these sleuths that offer small glimpses into what to expect when the game is finally released sometime in 2025.
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GTA 6 Promises Diverse Wildlife
GTA 6 will see the franchise return to Vice City in the fictional state of Leonida. Since Leonida is inspired by the state of Florida, Rockstar is taking into account the diversity of the state’s wildlife. When it comes to open-world immersion and a great knack for detail, Rockstar excels, and GTA 6 looks to be offering some next-level immersion in its environment.
GTA 6’s Trailer Confirms Several Animals
Thanks to the efforts of PauloJZ on GTAForums, fans now have a sneak peek into the many different animals GTA 6 will have inhabiting Vice City and its outskirts.
- Herring Gull
- Loggerhead Turtle
- Bottlenose Dolphin
- Tiger Shark
- Brown Pelican
- American Flamingo
- Spotted Duck
- Miniature Pinscher
- Pink Heron
- Green Iguana
- West Indian Manatee
- North American Alligator
- Key Deer
- Wild Pig
- Urban Bird (Unknown)
In addition to this list, another fan is believed to have recently spotted a bat in the GTA 6 trailer, adding another animal to the impressive list of wildlife players will potentially spot in the game. Not only is it impressive that Rockstar already has examples of what a diverse environment GTA 6 will have, but the sheer effort put into combing through the trailer’s footage in order to spot each animal shows just how excited many gamers are for the next chapter in the franchise.
There are high expectations about what Vice City will hold, and Rockstar’s long track record of crafting lifelike worlds and careful development implies that GTA 6 will be on a whole new level compared to its predecessors. When it came to Red Dead Redemption 2, many fans were blown away by the attention to detail given to the game’s various environments and wildlife, and this has set the stage for Rockstar to bring to life something truly special when it comes to the open world experience in GTA 6.
Although it’s understandable that some fans are frustrated about having to wait until 2025 to finally play the game, it’s great news that the development of such a major franchise isn’t being rushed. To say that GTA has come a long way is an understatement, and getting to revisit Vice City after more than 20 years is going to be an incredible moment for many fans who have grown up with the franchise. It still feels ages away at this point, but when it comes to game development, patience tends to pay off, and getting to experience GTA 6 as a fully realized and finished game will be worth the wait.