Grand Theft Auto 6 has been the game everyone’s wanted to buy since the release of GTA 5.
As always, Rockstar has remained seriously tight-lipped on the matter of a new addition to the beloved GTA franchise, but it’s really damn hard to keep secrets in 2019.
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A series of leaks supposedly surrounding the development of GTA 6 have slowly spilled out to the masses, some sounds less legitimate than others.
One of the most interesting snippets of information came from the LinkedIn profile of a Rockstar employee. The employee listed work on GTA 6, writing their experience included “concept vehicles matching with real world for [GTA 5 DLC] and upcoming [GTA 6].”
We then heard rumours that GTA 6 would be based on both Liberty City and Vice City.
Glassdoor is a website where employees can rate the company they work for so you can find a company that suits your needs if you’re job hunting.
It’s also pretty strict when it comes to leaving reviews. Glassdoor makes posters prove they work for the company they’re reviewing, asking for at least two forms of proof before they can write on the site. It’s more than likely that the review was left by a Rockstar employee.
Now, this is where it gets weird. The poster seemingly decided to spell out information about the new GTA using acrostic wizardry.
In the image below, you can see the first number/letter of each line spells out: “GTA 6 LS VC LC.”
More than likely proving that GTA 6 will feature Los Santos, Vice City and Liberty City.
The keen-eyed reader might also notice the use of the word “Bullys.” Aside from being a glaring typo, it’s also capitalised by the writer. We’re meant to look at the word “Bullys.” Perhaps a reference to Bully 2…?
Of course, it’s not known whether or not the leak is real, but let’s face it – this is pretty legit, right? It’s definitely one of the most creative leaks I’ve ever come across.
What do you think about the savvy secret?
Featured Image Credit: Rockstar Games