GTA 6 Trailer Countdown – Release Time & Date!

We've got a countdown ticking down the days, hours, minutes, and seconds until trailer 1 of GTA 6 is revealed to the world!
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If you’re excited about the release of the first-ever GTA 6 Trailer, then you will obviously be wondering what date and time the trailer will be released! If that’s the case, you’ve come to the right place because we’ve got a Grand Theft Auto 6 Trailer countdown that will tick down the days, hours, minutes, and seconds until you can watch it over and over again!

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GTA 6 Trailer Release Time Countdown and Date

Update: Rockstar released the trailer early just after 11 PM UTC on December 4th. You can watch the GTA 6 trailer 1 here!

Rockstar Games will reveal the GTA 6 Trailer on December 5, 2023, as confirmed by the Rockstar official Twitter/X account. When the countdown below reaches zero, you can enjoy watching trailer 1 of GTA 6, no matter where you live in the world!

GTA 6 Trailer is revealed!

What is Grand Theft Auto 6?

We know a lot about GTA 6 thanks to the September 2022 leak. This was confirmed by Rockstar Games when the leaker was arrested for trying to sell the leaked information back to the developer. We won’t spoil very much, so you can still enjoy the game, but there are a few things that would be nice to know before going in.

GTA 6 has the typical improvements you expect from a sequel. The game looks much better than Grand Theft Auto V, but not so much that it’s groundbreaking. Graphically, it’s at the standard that games today push, which is likely to ensure that multiple PCs and consoles can play it.

You can play as one of two playable characters, Lucia and Jason; one is female and the other male. The game is set in Vice City, Florida, but may be set around the same time as GTA 5. What’s confirmed is that it will be a lot later than Vice City Stories and Vice City because the characters used smartphones. One clip showcased a character crawling under a fence, sneaking around, and even pushing an object. These were tests for animation and gameplay, so there will likely be some stealth mechanics.

Mark Carpenter

Mark Carpenter

Mark Carpenter is the Managing Editor at Try Hard Guides, and main guide writer. With over five years of experience in games media, including almost three years as an Assigning Editor for Pro Game Guides, and before that a Staff Writer.

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