GTA 6 dynamic weather system ‘screenshot’ floors fans

A new GTA VI leak appears to have given us a peek at the game’s dynamic weather systems, and it’s fair to say fans are excited.

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GTA VI has also been one of the leakiest games we’ve ever seen – not surprising given the hype around it. So far we’ve seen unofficial looks at one of the game’s nightclubs, the overhauled police AI in action during a car chase, and even a brief peek at the game’s brand-new (seemingly modern-day) Vice City.

Given Rockstar’s pedigree, fans have started to expect one of the most detailed open world games ever made. Just consider Red Dead Redemption 2, which was packed with a level of realistic detail some would argue bordered on unnecessary. Did horse balls really need to shrink in colder weather?

One GTA VI leaker has been sharing snippets of footage from the game, and recently teased what we can expect from Vice City’s dynamic weather systems. All they’ll say for now is that we’ll get a «multitude of weather scenarios», but knowing the work Rockstar puts in this is likely to have a big impact on gameplay.

Given that Vice City is a parody of Miami, which is based in Florida, we can safely rule out snowstorms and other, freezing conditions. Costal areas of the state are known for tropical storms and hurricanes, however, which could definitely have an interesting affect on our open-world experience.

While the screenshot provided seems to be more of a proof of concept, fans are confident Rockstar has it in them to create some game-changing weather in GTA VI. As a man who’s partial to a good bit of video game rain, I can’t wait.

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