GTA 6 (VI) trailer real life references, events, locations and Easter eggs

GTA 6 (VI) trailer real life references, events, locations and Easter eggs

GTA 6 Trailer Breakdown, here is all you need to know about the trailer which was released recently along with the real life events references and locations

The highly anticipated Grand Theft Auto 6 teaser was finally released by Rockstar Games on Tuesday, hours ahead of schedule, following a rumoured trailer leak on social media site X (formerly Twitter).

GTA 6 (VI) trailer real life references, events, locations and all Easter eggs

The video had over 11 million views in the two hours after it was uploaded on the official Rockstar Games channel on YouTube, confirming the prediction that the teaser immediately became popular.

Aside from having two new protagonists; the first female lead ever; the game also has an amazing display and graphics. More than what GTA devs have been able to deliver to fans is what this promises.

GTA 6 is scheduled to launch on the Playstation 5 and Xbox Series X|S in 2025, according to Rockstar Games. A lot of information about the gameplay and graphics was revealed in the brief 90 second GTA 6 trailer.

1: In the first place, it was revealed that there will be a protagonist pair in the future book and that Lucia and the male protagonist will both be significant characters.

2: Lucia’s ankle monitor, which is also visible in the GTA 6 key image, was one of the first things that many people noticed about her. This has given rise to theories that Lucia will only be able to access specific areas of the map until the tag is destroyed or disabled, so limiting her options as the map is gradually exposed.

3: One noteworthy name for the voice has been making the rounds since the GTA 6 teaser premiered, even though the male lead’s identity hasn’t been formally released (although everyone is certain it’s Jason because of the 2022 leak).


It’s Troy Baker, a US voice actor best recognised for playing Joel Miller in The Last of Us. His voice may also be heard in the following video games: Sam Drake in Uncharted, Booker DeWitt in Bioshock Infinite, Rhys Strongfork in Tales from the Borderlands, and Joker in Batman: Arkham Origins.

4: In addition to references to Red Dead Redemption, another game by Rockstar, the easter eggs in the teaser also provide minute clues regarding the game’s release date.


5: When the camera pans up to the sky in the first minutes of the trailer, we see the beach. A ‘Dodo’ plane is seen hauling a flag across the sky. The banner reads, “Why sixty nine when you can nine one nine?” There is currently no proof regarding the meaning of the text.

6: While the Grand Theft Auto video games are set in fictional cities, real-world locations have been a big inspiration. The opening Grand Theft Auto VI teaser is set to the song “Love is a Long Road” by Tom Petty. Miami, Florida, served as the model for Vice City. Given that Petty was born in Gainesville, Florida, and the trailer’s subject of lovers against the world, the song seems fitting.

7: A few years ago, the “Florida Joker” gained notoriety after several arrests in the Miami region. The famous villain appears in tattoos on the Florida Joker, as one might anticipate. The brief sight of a purple-haired dude with facial tattoos just after the minute mark suggests that the trailer is making reference to Rockstar.

8: The cars that we are familiar with from GTA 5 and the GTA Online DLCs were another awesome easter egg found in the teaser for GTA 6. With cars, dirt motorcycles, pickup trucks, SUVs and ATVs, the brief trailer has verified that subterranean street racing exists.


9: Alligators

The presence of Alligators, a regular presence in Floride, has been highlighted in the trailer.