Rockstar has reportedly begun sending out emails regarding the upcoming GTA 6 reveal
Rockstar appears to be preparing for the reveal of Grand Theft Auto 6 next month, sending emails to what appear to be game developers about the game.
In a post on X, @nima02l, an alleged member of Capcom's QA team, shared a screenshot of an email from "RGSYNC PR" with the subject "[Important] Unveiling the Next Chapter." Nima did not reveal the email's content, but did say it contained "some details and dates."
It's unclear why a QA tester at another developer would receive an email from Rockstar about its upcoming release, but Nima is thought to be on the press list from a previous job, though no one else has confirmed receiving the email. It's also worth noting that Capcom has previously collaborated with Rockstar, publishing multiple GTA titles in Japan between 2003 and 2008.
So far, the legitimacy of the post has not been confirmed, but Nima appears to be involved in the industry in some way, with previous X posts mentioning receiving pre-release copies of titles such as Saints Row. Also, studios often send out emails informing other developers of release schedules in order to avoid as much cross-over as possible, and given the hype surrounding the game, it's possible Rockstar would want to give its competitors a heads-up.
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