“Rockstar, Hire This Person”: Blogger Creates His Own GTA VI Trailer, Astonishing Players

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Rockstar Games’ next installment in the Grand Theft Auto (GTA) series was confirmed in February 2022, but it has yet to be showcased. An impatient fan has taken matters into his own hands, creating his very own trailer.

The person in question is a blogger known as 12th Hour, famed for his Fortnite montages. In March, the YouTuber announced plans to release a GTA VI style trailer using Unreal Engine 5, Blender, and materials purchased with his own money.

After 200 days and “thousands of hours” of work, 12th Hour was ready to present his project to the world: a two-minute trailer for his fan version of Grand Theft Auto VI, inspired by a major leak in September.

Like the “leaked” Rockstar materials, the events of the unofficial GTA VI take place in Vice City. The story revolves around two main characters, a man and a woman, who need each other’s help to take over the city.

The trailer showcases robberies, expensive cars, police chases, and impressive direction. For added authenticity, 12th Hour also brought a professional voice actor on board for the project.

Viewers were thrilled with 12th Hour’s trailer, giving it over 80,000 likes. User comments praised the volume and quality of the work, with some even advising the creators of GTA, “Rockstar, hire this person.”

The next numbered GTA game is expected to hit the shelves between 1st April 2024 and 31st March 2025. During this period, publisher Take-Two Interactive plans to release “several innovative games” and achieve a revenue of $8 billion.

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Martin Harris
I'm Martin Harris, a tech writer with extensive experience, contributing to global publications. Trained in Computer Science, I merged my technical know-how with writing, becoming a technology journalist. I've covered diverse topics like AI and consumer electronics, contributing to top tech platforms. I participate in tech events for knowledge updating. Besides writing, I enjoy reading, photography, and aim to clarify technology's complexities to readers.

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