Grand Theft Auto VI would launch on Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5, PC, and another unexpected console.
Of course, the game has to be officially announced first, which still hasn’t happened despite all the bets on Rockstar revealing the title this month.
Nonetheless, fans are confident that we will finally get an in-depth look at GTA VI in just a few days, and that’s also a good thing because all the exciting leaks only make us want to play more.
Obviously, the next Grand Theft Auto title will launch exclusively on next-gen platforms, Xbox Series, a PC version from day one, or if it will come later like GTA V.
However, in a surprising turn of events, another console would receive Rockstar’s next open-world game, and it’s pretty much the last one you’d expect. It turns out that the unnamed successor to the Nintendo Switch would support GTA VI, although nothing has been confirmed yet.
This rumor comes from the editor-in-chief of Universo Nintendo, a major Brazilian publication, who recently said GTA VI will launch on the Nintendo Switch 2.
This makes sense since Nintendo’s next console, currently called Nintendo Switch 2, will supposedly be several times more powerful but not a direct competitor to the Xbox Series X and PS5. It is also believed to launch in two models, one fully digital and the other supporting game cartridges and digital games.
Does this mean the next Switch will be powerful enough to run GTA VI? It is unknown, but if it’s at least equal to the Xbox Series S in terms of power, it should probably be powerful enough.
Nintendo isn’t the only one wanting to get their hands on Grand Theft Auto games, either. Apparently, Netflix wants to be included in the fun with its latest game streaming service.
Grand Theft Auto VI release date is currently unknown, and at the time of writing, it is only confirmed to launch on Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5, and PC.