After years of rumors and leaks, Rockstar Games finally released the first trailer for GTA 6 today, ahead of its original plan to release it tomorrow at 9AM EST, giving Grand Theft Auto fans their first official look at what the studio has been working on, and it looks like it's worth the wait. As expected from Rockstar Games, the reception to the first trailer has been overwhelmingly positive, with many fans praising the game's stunning graphics.
GTA 6 is scheduled to release sometime in 2025, so fans will have to wait before they can see if the visuals look that great when they play the game. The improvement in graphics should be surprising; after all, it's been ten years since Rockstar released Grand Theft Auto 5, and it's clear that the visuals have significantly improved since then.
What Grand Theft Auto fans think about the graphics shown in the GTA 6 trailer
The first GTA 6 trailer showed a fascinating look at a modern Vice City, Rockstar's fictionalized version of Miami, Florida, giving us glimpses of the map's swamps, beaches, night clubs, tall buildings, street life, and alligators. Although we haven't seen much gameplay footage, this first official look is enough to hype Grand Theft Auto fans up. GTA 6's depiction of Vice City just looks amazing, and fans have shared their thoughts on social media, with many praising the city's gorgeous environments and the impressive density of NPCs (non-playable characters) that we've never seen in a Grand Theft Auto game before.
Check out what fans think about GTA 6's graphics after seeing the first trailer:
"A satirical representation of Florida, in every way."
Next gen visuals are just crazy.
Rockstar cooked an insane open-world.
GTA 6 = interactive movies
"The greatest game graphics"
Just imagine what we will see in 2025.
The "closest thing to real life"
GTA 6 got BBL Latinas!
Of course, there's that one friend who thinks GTA 6 graphics are not that impressive.
What are your thoughts on the graphics revealed in the first GTA 6 trailer?