There has been very little information released about Grand Theft Auto 6, yet it is still arguably among the most eagerly expected videogames presently being developed. There’s no shortage of allegations and disinformation about Grand Theft Auto 6 out there, and it doesn’t require long for them to spread like wildfire. This is occurring again, this round of course of certain strange activities involving a few musicians/YouTubers that regularly follow Grand Theft Auto stories.
Performer El Nitro 56 and singer KRYPTO9095 are indeed the two persons that are now garnering the most awareness of Grand Theft Auto 6’s social media presence. A network of additional people’s statements around the two makes the scenario a lot less trustworthy. It all begins with KRYPTO9095 tweeting “GTA 6 is coming #GTA6” with a picture of the creator clutching a Rockstar badge in his hand.
Imitation Grand Theft Auto 6 poster applied to YouTube account following KRYPTO9095’s tweet on the subject. Speculation among GTA 6 enthusiasts was that KRYPTO9095 was either performing or composing songs for the game. This suspicion was reinforced by the fact that the legitimate Rockstar Twitter handle has befriended KRYPTO9095 on Twitter.
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That’s when the performer shows up in the narrative.. El Nitro 56 responded to a number of KRYPTO9095 and Grand Theft Auto 6 breach profiles when the rumor grew. That he’s KRYPTO9095’s colleague, that whistleblowers were “near to the reality” about KRYPTO9095’s participation with GTA 6, and therefore most exhilaratingly, that a Grand Theft Auto 6 teaser is happening shortly. El Nitro 56 made the intriguing remark, “Same city, two separate ages,” possibly alluding to the fact that Grand Theft Auto 6 will have two distinct timeframes.
KRYPTO9095 and El Nitro 56 can’t be trusted without more proof to back them up. While it’s conceivable that both individuals are working with Rockstar as musicians or actors, it’s also likely that they’re merely repeating rumors that they’ve received from other sources. This has occurred before to other media publishers.
Nevertheless, one bit of evidence that has been proven should be considered before discarding the whole issue. Rockstar’s main business Take-Two Interactive will conduct a financial presentation on May 16. A few moments ahead of the conference, Rockstar revealed patches for Grand Theft Auto V and Red Dead Redemption 2 in the near future (2021). Furthermore, Rockstar may make a statement prior to this year’s conference, which is plausible. Players of Grand Theft Auto would no doubt be ecstatic in any case.