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Fans already spot one problem with GTA 6 following the trailer launch

Fans already spot one problem with GTA 6 following the trailer launch

Some people are concerned about the obscene amount of hype around it.

The first trailer for Grand Theft Auto VI is finally here - and while it went immediately viral with people commenting how amazing it looks, others have already started to spot problems.

It just goes to show - you really can't please everyone.

One X user posted after the long-awaited release of the trailer: "I'll be interested to see how GTA 6 is perceived at launch. It faces a similar problem to Starfield in that it is following up a game with multiple generations of steady content drip. No matter how good GTA 6 is, it will struggle to meet expectations of its own gameplay density."

While GTA VI is 10 years in the making - the last iteration came out in 2013 - that doesn't mean fans of the Rockstar-developed game have been completely starved of new content.

Instead, GTA Online is described as a 'dynamic and ever-evolving online universe for up to 30 players, including all existing gameplay upgrades and content released since launch ready to enjoy solo or with friends'.

This means that gamers have been able to continue to explore the GTA universe, with developers drip-feeding new features over the years to keep us engaged.

So the real question is: will it live up to the hype? Some fans are unsure - particularly if we're expecting something totally new, fresh and groundbreaking - when what we end up getting might not be too far from the online version.

Other gamers have taken to X to express their concerns around the hype of the game.

"I worry Rockstar may accidentally create a situation where it becomes actually impossible to make a game to live up to the hype of GTA VI," someone wrote on X.

While another really didn't buy into the fuss: "Not to be negative but GTA 6 will be a big disappointment, so lower your expectations."

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Tesla billionaire Elon Musk is someone else who wasn't blown away by the trailer - but he's not concerned about the game's potential inability to live up to the hype - he's just never particularly liked the franchise.

In a post on X after the trailer was released, Musk said he had 'tried' to play the game, and wrote: "GTA5 required shooting police officers in the opening scene. Just couldn’t do it."

But Musk - and some of the critics on social media - are very much in the minority.

The trailer for the upcoming game - set to finally drop in 2025 - currently has 102 million views on YouTube, only a day after it was first posted.

It's set back in Vice City - loosely based on Miami - and seems to put the spotlight on a Bonnie and Clyde-style relationship.

The trailer is narrated by Lucia - the franchise's first female protagonist - who appears to have busted out of prison and is now on the run with her unnamed male partner.

With car chases, shoot-outs and even an alligator walking into a shop, most people - appart from a few nervous critics on social media - seem thrilled by the level of drama the trailer has delivered.

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