Streamers have been duped after fake GTA 6 graphics appeared on Twitch

Streamers were shocked to discover GTA 6 in the game’s official category on Twitch, leading some to believe they’d spotted the official box art for Rockstar’s next big title.

GTA 6 is one of the most anticipated games of all time, with gamers of all genres eager to finally try out the long-awaited sequel to GTA 5.

So far not much is known about GTA 6…at least officially. While Rockstar eventually revealed that development of the title was “in full swing,” they didn’t confirm the game’s setting, release, or other key details.

Now players have found some GTA 6 artwork on Twitch – but what initially caused a certain hype was quickly debunked.

Fake GTA 6 artwork fools Twitch streamers

On April 24, Twitch streamer DarkViperAU posted a photo showing GTA VI in the platform’s category search. The art included the Roman numeral style logo and some palm trees, suggesting a return to Vice City.

“Twitch confirms box art for GTA VI,” the streamer captioned his find on Twitter.

However, some were quick to point out that the art was entirely fake, which unfortunately ended all hopes that this was a legitimate leak.

“The palm tree background is an archive image. Also, Twitch pulls game covers from IGDB (an open platform that anyone can edit). Fake I’m afraid,” replied one fan.

Unfortunately, this isn’t the first time users have been fooled by fake GTA 6 artwork. In early April, ads for GTA 6 began appearing on YouTube.

A fake image then surfaced claiming GTA 6 merchandise was leaked on Rockstar’s website and purporting to show the game’s new logo.

It’s not clear when Rockstar will officially unveil GTA 6 details and a new trailer, but rest assured they’ll absolutely break the internet if they do. Until then we have to be patient.

https://www.dexerto.com/gta/streamers-fooled-after-fake-gta-6-artwork-appears-on-twitch-1812364/ Streamers have been duped after fake GTA 6 graphics appeared on Twitch

Emma Bowman

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