GTA 6 gets unofficial map after leaks | GameSpot News

While Rockstar is busy cleaning the internet of any early game, fans are busy creating a map of the GTA 6 location based on clues from these leaked images. The project is reminiscent of a GTA V map created by GTA Forum users, who used screenshots and promo screenshots from the game to get a first look at Los Santos. This time around, a map of the bones is generated using the in-game coordinates given in the leak to see where each location is relative to the rest. These mappers had to get creative to circumvent Rockstar’s copyright restrictions, as many threads on the GTA forum attempt to accurately map leaked content without including images that cannot be posted to the community. . Other projects hosted outside of the forums have more extensive maps in the works, including mini-map snippets from leaked images. One of the maps released by Church of GTA includes speculative roads and boundaries, as well as more concrete details from leaks.

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