- Grand Theft Auto fans can expect the long-awaited GTA 6 trailer to be released in early December, building anticipation for the game’s release.
- The upcoming GTA Online update in December will introduce Vehicle Robberies and other new features, keeping players engaged while they wait for GTA 6.
- Netflix subscribers will have the opportunity to play Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition on their mobile devices, although the updated versions have been met with mixed reviews.
Grand Theft Auto fans have good reason to celebrate December 2023, as the month should be absolutely massive for them. Grand Theft Auto is one of the most popular entertainment brands in the world, and this coming December should prove to be one of its biggest months in years.
Developer Rockstar Games has found incredible success with Grand Theft Auto, with most main series entries earning widespread, near-universal acclaim. Grand Theft Auto games regularly break financial records for the video game industry as well, and there’s no reason to assume that will change any time soon.
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Here is why Grand Theft Auto fans have a lot to be excited about in December 2023.
Grand Theft Auto 6 Trailer Coming in December
It goes without saying that the main reason Grand Theft Auto fans should be excited for December 2023 is the GTA 6 trailer. Grand Theft Auto fans have been waiting over a decade for GTA 6, and while they may still have a significant wait ahead of them, the good news is that the game’s long-awaited first trailer will be dropping sooner rather than later. Rockstar Games recently confirmed that the first GTA 6 trailer will be released in early December, though a specific date still has not been announced at the time of this writing.
While Rockstar has not announced a specific date for the Grand Theft Auto 6 trailer, reliable insider Tez2 has suggested that the trailer will drop at some point between December 1 and December 5. Fans should keep their expectations in check, but regardless of when the GTA 6 trailer drops, it will likely smash records. The anticipation for Grand Theft Auto 6 genuinely cannot be overstated, and many fans are going to be excited to see how the game pushes the blockbuster open world franchise forward.
The first GTA 6 trailer will likely confirm or deny some of the biggest leaks and rumors about the game. For example, fans will almost certainly find out if Grand Theft Auto 6 is set in Vice City as has been rumored for years, and if the game will feature male and female protagonists. Leaks about the Grand Theft Auto 6 protagonists’ identities, relationships, and motivations may also be addressed by the game’s first trailer.
Previous titles from Rockstar Games have featured exciting, eye-opening debut trailers, and there’s no reason to think Grand Theft Auto 6 will be any different. The existence of the GTA 6 trailer alone would be enough for December 2023 to be a huge month for fans of the franchise, but there’s even more for fans to be excited about in the weeks ahead.
Huge New GTA Online Content Update
Grand Theft Auto 6 is on the horizon, but that doesn’t mean Rockstar is going to give up on its GTA Online cash cow. On the contrary, another Grand Theft Auto Online update is on the way for December 2023, and it should prove to be a big one. With the new update, Grand Theft Auto Online players will have a fresh mission type to partake in called Vehicle Robberies, where they steal, strip, and sell vehicles on behalf of Yusuf Amir. Hardcore Grand Theft Auto fans will recognize Yusuf Amir from Grand Theft Auto 4‘s Ballad of Gay Tony expansion. Players will need to purchase Red’s Auto Parts to start these missions.
Other updates and improves coming to Grand Theft Auto Online with the December 2023 update include the addition of animals to Freemode for those playing on PS5 and Xbox Series X/S, The Vinewood Club Garage for GTA+ subscription members, a streamlined Interaction menu, and a gift that players can get when their birthdays roll around. Overall, this new Grand Theft Auto Online update should go a long way in keeping fans busy while they wait for the GTA 6 trailer and the inevitable new online experience that will no doubt be coming whenever that game releases to the masses.
GTA Trilogy Hitting Netflix
And finally, Grand Theft Auto fans can look forward to Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition coming to Netflix on December 14. Netflix subscribers will get the chance to play the newer versions of Grand Theft Auto 3, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas on their iOS and Android mobile devices at no additional cost.
Now, these “enhanced” versions of Grand Theft Auto 3, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas are not without controversy. While there are those who like the new art style, others have criticized it. The games were also notoriously buggy at launch, though post-launch updates have looked to iron them out a bit. Perhaps these games will be better-received on mobile than they were on consoles, where expectations are a little higher. Regardless, it’s an opportunity for Netflix subscribers to play some of the best games of all time, even if they are inferior versions when compared to the originals.
Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy
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Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition is a collection of three classic open-world action-adventure games: Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. Each game features a different setting, story, and cast of characters, but all share the same core gameplay mechanics and themes of crime, violence, and exploration.
The Definitive Edition includes updated graphics and enhanced gameplay features, such as improved character models and animations, improved lighting and weather effects, and new control schemes.
- Grand Theft Auto
- PC, PS5, PS4, Switch, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Xbox One
- November 11, 2021
- Rockstar Games, Grove Street Games
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