VIDEO: Check Out The Epic Recreation Of GTA 6 Trailer In Real Life

Zinger Key Points
  • YouTuber Andrew Levitt recreated GTA VI's trailer.
  • The game's release is highly anticipated, with possible delays.

YouTuber Andrew Levitt recently caught everyone’s attention by recreating Take-Two Interactive Software Inc’s TTWO Grand Theft Auto 6’s announcement trailer using real-life footage.

Collaborating with Primecutpro, they painstakingly mirrored the original trailer and even synced it with Tom Petty‘s “Love Is a Long Road” soundtrack.

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Levitt shared a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the video, showcasing the dedication it took to pull off such a feat.

The buzz surrounding GTA 6 is massive, with analysts dubbing it potentially the most significant game release in history. While the game is slated for a 2025 release, there’s speculation about potential delays, given Rockstar Games’ history of pushing back release dates.

Reports suggest GTA 6 is nearing completion, eyeing a release either in Fall 2025 or possibly slipping into 2026.

However, tensions are brewing as Rockstar Games enforces a return-to-office policy for most staff members starting April 15 to finalize the game and prevent leaks. This move hasn’t gone down well with some employees, who argue for the importance of remote work.

Developed by Rockstar North in Edinburgh, Scotland, with contributions from teams worldwide, GTA VI is a project driven by a quest for perfection, as emphasized by parent company Take-Two.

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Image credits: Screenshot via YouTube.

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