Finding the GTA 5 Easter eggs: new clues on GTA 6 locations and release dates

Rockstar North is famous for two things: the Grand Theft Auto legacy and hiding Easter eggs in their GTA games. When many gamers were simply giving up the hope of finding any hidden clues, messages or surprises in Grand Theft Auto V, one of the many well-known YouTubers and pro-gamers unearthed quite a few Easter eggs in GTA 5.

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Newest updates on GTA 6 locations

Sarandoe first posted about Easter eggs that gave a clue about the possible locations of the upcoming GTA version. Let us check out a few of his discoveries and predictions:

Location 1: he spotted a towel on the Vespucci beach that many of you may have seen as well. It says, “I Love VC” on the towel that many of you may have ignored. Taking a leaf out of GTA IV’s book, this may actually be telling us that the GTA franchise wishes to take us on another trip of the vivacious Vice City in the upcoming game.

Location 2: while in the skating arena did you notice the wall beside the garage, the one with an embedded message? Many of us completely overlooked the fact that it says, “Liberty Rock” and this may just point to London. The old rumors of GTA visiting Rockstar’s home city might just come true with the sixth edition. After all, Liberty Rock resembles London in more ways than one and it cannot be denied that Rockstar has the habit of hiding clues all around the games as to their next location and release dates.

Location 3: this is quite a simple one actually, if you have a good observation. After you enter Michael’s home you can spot two tickets for North Yankton that he uses to go meet Trevor. But while returning he does not use the return tickets. Just like the flying billboard sign in Grand Theft Auto IV that told us where GTA 5 will be held, this unused ticket may just be our chance to visit North Yankton with the GTA team in their fifth edition.

What tells us the GTA 6 release date?

GTA 5 was released in 2013 for PS3 and Xbox 360 and this is no secret. So when you are in the Los Santos airport and you see 2013 written on a door, it grabs your attention instantly. The door next to this one has the year 2021 written conspicuously. This might just point to the release year of Grand Theft Auto 6.

Although this can be quite disheartening for many players since most of us were expecting to see it hit the stores world-wide by the end of 2020. But with all the legal trouble Rockstar North has been through, we are just glad they didn’t tank the plan of coming up with a GTA game this decade.

For some more fun and info

If you want more interesting trivia on the Easter eggs Rockstar has been hiding all around their GTA games, why don’t you check out Sarandoe and his YouTube videos that chronicle all his discoveries and conclusions.