Fine details from GTA 6 trailer that fans may have missed after leak
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The new trailer for the hotly-anticipated Grand Theft Auto VI is finally here
And as is tradition whenever a new trailer for something big drops, fans are going through it with a fine tooth comb to see what they can spot.
It's been a whopping ten years since the last instalment was released, so there's been plenty of time to put in new and exciting features.
While fans will have to wait until 2025 to play the new version of the game, the more eagle-eyed among them have already spotted some exciting details from the trailer alone.
The Grand Theft Auto franchise is known for its open world gameplay that players can explore at their leisure.
So it's no surprise that people are already wondering what things shown in the trailer they will be able to play in the game.
Meanwhile, other aspects show off the game's new features.
Firstly, there is the sheer level of the graphics.
While it's still too soon to judge what from the trailer will be gameplay and what will be cutscenes, if the preview is anything to go by then the graphics, especially around the characters, will be much better than previous GTA titles, and even Rockstar's previous release Red Dead Redemption 2.
But what about the vehicles? It wouldn't be Grand Theft Auto if you couldn't steal everything from a moped to a jumbo jet, which you of course inexplicably know how to pilot.
But the trailer has included some vehicles which could be teasers for ones that fans can hijack.
The first is a small plane called a Dodo pulling a banner which reads "Why sixty nine when you can nine 1 nine."
It's not clear what 'nine 1 nine' means - it could be an in-game brand, or even a subtle clue about a release date of 9/19.
In any case, fans are now wondering if they will be able to fly the small plane, but with the banner.
Another new addition is the appearance of container ships in the trailer.
While these have been in the game before they have been fixed in position, and fans are now wondering if they could actually steal a container ship.
Speaking about brands, eagle-eyed viewers have noticed that the humorously-named 'Pißwasser' and 'eCola' are also returning.
Another update comes from the in-game media - even the very first Grand Theft Auto had original music to play on the radio stations in cars.
Fans are also speculating there there will be spontaneously generated news reports and social media streams within the game - something shown in the trailer - maybe even about crimes they are committing in real time.
Well, only time will tell!