Rumors about Grand Theft Auto 6 have been floating around since last year, when the  GTA 6 release date and setting supposedly leaked. There has been plenty of rumors about Grand Theft Auto 6 since then, but few have come from credible sources. However, latest leak comes from a former Rockstar employee, and while it's light on details, it seems to confirm that Grand Theft Auto 6 is in active development.
3D artist Bibin Michael, who worked at Rockstar on games like Grand Theft Auto 5 and Red Dead Redemption 2 has updated his resume, revealing that he has worked on GTA 6 . According to Michael, he worked as a Jr. Vehicle Artist at Rockstar on both GTA 5 DLC (presumably GTA Online content) and Grand Theft Auto 6 . Michael's job is to "create concept vehicles matching with real world" for the games.
At the time of this writing, Michael's resume still claims that he has worked on 3D vehicles for Grand Theft Auto 6 But fans can expect it to be edited at some point. For the sake of preserving the evidence, we have captured a screenshot of the resume before it can be changed or taken down.
Now, before fans get too excited about this leak, we have to make sure that this has been faked or it may be an error on the part of Bibin. While this is probably to be legitimate, there has been a similar leak with a supposed GTA 6 motion capture actor that turned out to be fake, so it's still wise to take this news with a grain of salt. 19659008] Besides the confirmation that GTA 6 is a development, though, there is not much to take away from this leak. However, past leaks may give us a better idea of what to expect from the game. Most of the leaks claim that GTA 6 will be set in Vice City, and that the game will launch in 2021 or some time later. More ambitious but harder to believe leaks say GTA 6 will consist of not just Vice City, but Liberty City as well, and that the game will launch as early as 2020.
Fans can expect many more "GOT 6" GTA 6 before Rockstar announces the game, and they should treat even the most legitimate-looking ones with skepticism until the game is officially announced.
Grand Theft Auto 6 is rumored to be in development for unspecified platforms.
Source: ArtStation (via DSOGaming)