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A large number of images and gameplays of GTA VI are filtered through an alleged build

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The leaks and rumors about the long-awaited sixth installment of Grand Theft Auto had been diminished, but just a few hours ago, a large number of images and gameplays of GTA VI through a supposed build. If you remember, the last leak that could be more real than ever had to do with a GTA VI trailer snippet and the alleged announcement, which would take place at the end of this year.

Everyone is really looking forward to Rockstar Games revealing the Grand Theft Auto VI trailer once and for all along with a possible gameplay and the long-awaited release date. So now, thanks to a supposed GTA VI build, you could be seeing a lot of real GTA VI screenshots and gameplay below.

What will the GTA VI map look like?

A large number of images and gameplays of GTA VI are filtered through an alleged build

All these GTA VI images have been provided by the Twitter user @melzyfnwho has taken these screenshots of a supposed build of the game, which has caused another user called sod off mate im british via YouTube has published several GTA VI gameplays, also coming from a supposed leaked build.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9GfPx1yAxQ0

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ep5ZZDqxqs4

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=owrq-zBlv8s

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TwlmkNJ65UI

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DcryvUeNFZc

If these videos and images are real, the leak of two characters (female and male) who would supposedly be brothers and the city of Vice City as the location of this new installment would be confirmed. From the writing of SomosXbox we will keep you informed with any news about this great leak of images and gameplays of GTA VI.

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