Fans have interpreted the latest tweets from Rockstar as possible hints at Grand Theft Auto 6. Although official updates on Grand Theft Auto 6 have been scarce, fans know that Rockstar is developing the game and has made it a top priority. Before this year, many players had assumed that Rockstar was setting Grand Theft Auto 6. Still, the studio only officially announced that it was doing so after shifting its focus from GTA Online and Red Dead Redemption 2. \n \nFans have seen a lot of Grand Theft Auto 6 gameplay footage unofficially after a few months of footage leaking from an early development copy of the game. More than ninety development films were leaked from the Grand Theft Auto forums, revealing the game's new setting, its female protagonist, and much more. Unfortunately, since the significant leak of GTA 6 footage, Rockstar has largely kept silent on the game, other than a statement about the network attack it experienced. \n \nPotentially, Rockstar is getting ready to announce Grand Theft Auto 6. timothybrooks7 on Reddit noticed that Rockstar reposted a picture of a Comet S2 against a pink sunset taken by a fan. Many of the people who left comments on timothybrooks7's post were annoyed by what they perceived to be Rockstar's "teasing," presuming that the palm trees in the background indicated that Vice City would be returning as the location for Grand Theft Auto 6. \n \nIn previous years, Grand Theft Auto 3 and San Andreas were released in October, making it a significant month for the series. In addition, the release of Grand Theft Auto: Vice City was 20 years ago on October 29. Thus it would make sense to announce the city's return around that time. Rockstar had learned its lesson after coping with information leaking before it was ready to release. \n \nSince this is a retweet and not an original tweet, Rockstar may be merely highlighting a very great screenshot a fan took. Many, however, think these photographs are the first step in a reveal for Grand Theft Auto 6.