KEY POINTS

  • A new piece of evidence about “GTA 6” was allegedly discovered in “GTA 5”
  • The proof allegedly supports the earlier leaked “GTA 6” map
  • Rockstar Games has not yet confirmed that it's working on the next “GTA” installment

A new piece of evidence about the possible map of “GTA 6” may have been uncovered by a “GTA 5” player when he explored the changing room of the strip club and discovered interesting postcards.

On Reddit, user MrBurpAlot shared several images of the postcards he found at the changing room in a strip club in “Grand Theft Auto 5.” These postcards are all referring to Paradise Isle and could be references to the Bahamas or Hawaii, the player wrote. The “GTA 5” player believes that Paradise Isle fits on the “GTA 6” leaked map that surfaced online several days ago.

The post earned various reactions from Reddit users. Some fans believe that the discovery could be a significant clue about “GTA 6” that the game developer may have hidden. Others think that it is unlikely for the gaming studio to slip a “GTA 6” Easter egg into the game that it released almost a decade ago.

GTA 5 A strange "GTA 6" leak could be hinting of a Summer 2020 grand reveal as opposed to earlier assumption that it is the game's release window. Photo: steamXO

The Reddit user’s post is nothing but a theory at this point. While some “GTA 6” fans consider the post absurd, it is not entirely out of line. Rockstar Games has a reputation for hiding clues and teasing future games’ content on its current games, especially when it comes to their location or setting. This is also one of the reasons why a lot of “GTA 6” fans came up with theories and speculations that others may find outrageous.

Potential hint to the "leaked" map in the GTA 5 strip club? from r/GTA6

Over the past months, a lot of speculations, claims and leaks point that the next “Grand Theft Auto” title will return to the fictional location Vice City. Many of these claims suggested that the area is just a part of the game’s expansive map. Others believe that “GTA 6” would also include the Caribbean and North America in the game’s map.

It's worth mentioning that Rockstar Games has not yet confirmed that it is working on the next installment following “Grand Theft Auto 5.” At this point, it's smarter to take this information with a pinch of salt.