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Rockstar Parent Company Updates ‘Vice City’ & ‘GTA 6’ Domains

The parent company of Rockstar Games, Take-Two Interactive, has updated the domains for both “Vice City” and “GTA 6.”

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The news comes from a Reddit user by the name of Conla- who took to the r/GTA6 subreddit to share their discovery that two GTA-related domains have recently been updated by Take-Two.

In their original post, Conla- writes: “Take-Two Interactive own a domain named ‘gtavicecityonline.com’ which was updated [in] March alongside ‘gtavi.com’.”

Take-Two Interactive own a domain named “gtavicecityonline.com” which was updated last March alongside “gtavi.com”. Even more evidence to suggest that Grand Theft Auto VI will be set in Vice City from r/GTA6

You can check out the evidence for yourself right here.

It’s not all too clear what this means, as it could perhaps be part of a routine update Take-Two makes each year. However, it’s particularly noteworthy as we’ve already heard rumours that the next addition to the Grand Theft Auto franchise might be taking a trip back to Vice City. Could this be our first solid evidence?

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Grand Theft Auto 6 has yet to be officially confirmed by developer Rockstar Games, but with the new console generation looming, rumours and leaks are as rife as ever. Earlier this month, a new (and unconfirmed) leak suggested that Vice City really will be the setting of GTA 6.

The rumour came from Twitter account Vector Hold, which describes itself as “a solo retro 80’s Electro Synth project by Pete Rice.” In a now-deleted tweet, the Vector Hold account claimed that Rockstar Games was approaching various retro music artists, leading them to believe the next game would take place in Vice City.

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The now-deleted tweet has since been shared to Reddit, and originally read: “GTA6 will most likely take place in Vice City. Music rights clearing people have been hitting up Synthwave artists for a ‘Radio Station.’”

Although there’s no way to verify this idea as of yet, it’s definitely telling that the Vector Hold user has now deleted their original tweet. I guess it’s just a waiting game until Rockstar finally decides to the give the world some official news on its plans for Grand Theft Auto 6.

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