It's been almost 10 years since Grand Theft Auto V was released, leading gamers to question whether a sequel will ever actually come out.
But GTA 6 could be much closer to launch than we think, if a new report by publisher Take-Two Interactive is anything to go by.
In its annual earnings report, Take-Two said it is set to release 'several groundbreaking titles' in fiscal year 2025, which runs from September 2024 to September 2025.
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While the publisher didn't mention GTA 6 by name, the company called it a 'highly anticipated year' and that the new releases will take the 'company to even greater levels of success'.
The company's press release reads: "Looking ahead, Fiscal 2025 is a highly anticipated year for our Company. For the last several years, we have been preparing our business to release an incredibly robust pipeline of projects that we believe will take our company to even greater levels of success.
"In Fiscal 2025, we expect to enter this new era by launching several groundbreaking titles that we believe will set new standards in our industry and enable us to achieve over $8 billion in Net Bookings and over $1 billion in Adjusted Unrestricted Operating Cash Flow."
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Historically, the Grand Theft Auto series has been one of Take-Two's biggest earners, with GTA V bringing in an estimated $7.5bn or more since its 2013 release.
An apparent leak of an early build of GTA 6 surfaced last year showing a female character as well as some incredible graphics.
This was when a teen hacker accessed Rockstar's system and released more than 90 images and video clips from an early version of the game.
A British teen hacker was arrested days after the breach, considered one of the largest in years.
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