Will GTA 6 Download Size Be Around 750 GB, Price $150?
Recently, some “leaks” and rumors about GTA 6 have appeared online and been spread by people who, quite frankly, don’t know any better. In the past several weeks, we have witnessed everything from enormous file sizes to exorbitant costs, as well as 8K gameplay leaks and a map that encompasses the whole GTA franchise.
Remaining composed and analyzing the news that circulates on the radio or television should be your top priorities. When you trust reliable sources instead than every modified GTA V video that claims to be the newest GTA 6 leak, things actually do go a lot better.
The most recent “leak” that went viral on social media said that GTA 6 will be 750 GB in size and include a 400-hour plot, which is at best absurd. It’s arguably one of the strangest rumors we’ve ever heard about a game, and what’s worse is that some people are really spreading the rumor far and wide after accepting it as fact.
Before that, a rumor that the minimum price for the game would be $150 quickly took off. What’s funny about this situation is that the first assertion that supported that allegation was made without any support from a credible source or more context, but it was sufficient to ignite the internet.
A nuke-size leak was recently posted on social media by the GTA 6 NEWS on X (previously Twitter) account. The account stated that GTA 6 may require about 750 GB of space for installation while naming an unnamed leaker. And the reason for it is that it will supposedly include 400 hours of content with a variety of cities to discover and explore.
According to the leaked information in the screenshot posted by the X account, GTA 6 will have a smaller install size than Microsoft Flight Simulator. The latter presently consumes 190 GB of space on many players’ PCs, making it the biggest storage hog. The supporters will be concerned if the aforementioned information proves to be accurate. The majority of console consoles do not now provide even 1 TB of storage. This means that installing GTA 6 on them will make it impossible for them to continue playing any other games.
Recently, several so-called “leaks” have stated that GTA 6 will have one of the largest game maps ever created, integrating San Andreas, Liberty City, Vice City, and all other prospective locations onto one colossal canvas. The vast majority of us can simply refute the millions of videos and photographs that are purportedly from the unreleased movie but are available online.
This is nothing new; these kinds of “leaks” and “rumors” have been appearing and spreading online for decades, but it’s getting worse now because a) people are frantically looking for trustworthy GTA 6 news and b) it’s getting harder to tell real content from fake, especially when it’s being spread by the scourge of social media “GTA 6 Leaks” channels on Twitter, TikTok, and YouTube.
Fans are advised to stick to reputable sources, and take everything that comes with a grain of salt. Just calm down and await any official confirmation from GTA or Rockstar.