After only a day of its debut, the GTA 6 trailer amassed over 100 million views, and now fans are curious about the game price in India and the US for PS5 and PC when it eventually launches in 2025.
Ever since a few speculations regarding the game’s price started to circulate, this has been a major question.
GTA 6 (VI) price in India and USA for PS5, Xbox and PC as trailer drops
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Many people are predicting that Rockstar may charge GTA 6 a hefty $69.99. This is still up in the air because the first teaser didn’t include a firm release date or price from the studio.
Although fans had hoped for further information on this subject, it appears that Rockstar wishes to withhold this information for the time being. More information on the subject and a discussion of the likely price of the upcoming Grand Theft Auto game will be provided in this article.
GTA 6 may come with a higher price tag
Most people assume that the new game would cost approximately $69.99 (~ ₹5000), since it is already projected to cost more than Grand Theft Auto 5 or RDR 2. However, following the remarks made by the CEO of Take-Two Interactive, the parent company of Rockstar Games, Strauss Zelnick, about the unjust pricing of video games, there were reports that GTA 6 will cost an absurd $150, or roughly 10,000 to 15,000 Indian rupees.
It was also suggested that Rockstar would charge players on an hourly basis instead of a fixed rate. Despite the absurdity of this, the game’s reported $1 billion budget may force the company to go in this direction.
It won’t be long before the makers disclose the actual cost of the game, as the majority of players are currently waiting for the studio to launch GTA pre-orders. Given that Red Dead Redemption 2 and Grand Theft Auto 5 both retailed for $60, players should be prepared for a change in the standard price.
It seems reasonable to slightly raise the price of Grand Theft Auto 6 since Rockstar invested a significant amount of money in its development, as evidenced by the first official trailer. Nevertheless, very few people are prepared to shell out a cool $150 for a video game, regardless of how excellent it is. It will be intriguing to observe how the company strikes a price balance between satisfying the needs of the fans and turning a profit.
Fans may be prepared to pay a little more to buy the game and perhaps place a pre-order if Rockstar keeps up the quality seen in the trailer.