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GTA 6: a look back at previous Grand Theft Auto debut trailers

Nothing can instantly grab gamers’ attention like the announcement of a new chapter in Rockstar Games’ iconic crime series.

With the release of GTA 3 back in 2001, Rockstar Games not only blew up the gaming industry, but also established itself among the most respected developers. However, the studio is famous for its mysterious silence about its projects until just before release, making each of their appearances a significant event not only for the gaming community, but for the culture at large.

In contrast, Rockstar pays a lot of attention to their trailers, especially their first announcements. As the series has grown in popularity, these videos have become media sensations, garnering more attention than most movie trailers.

Ahead of the first GTA 6 trailer, which is expected tomorrow, we decided to take a look back at what the debut trailers of the previous games in the series, starting with GTA 3, were like. Undoubtedly, the new trailer will have some common features with its predecessors.

Grand Theft Auto 3 (2001)

Grand Theft Auto 3 became an icon of the 2000s with its techno soundtrack reminiscent of The Matrix. The trailer was notable for its dynamic chases and the use of heavy weapons, showing that Liberty City is a place full of danger.

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City enveloped the audience in the atmosphere of the 80’s, with neon lights and soundtrack by Kool & the Gang, introducing the unforgettable Tommy Versetti in his pastel suit.

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas invited players to Los Santos, promising a lot of innovation and taking them into the 90’s atmosphere with a plot around a black gangster, which was a bold decision for the time.

Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories

Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories and Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories demonstrated that the PSP’s capabilities could be just as impressive as stationary consoles, expanding the possibilities of handheld gaming.

Grand Theft Auto IV, GTA 5

Grand Theft Auto IV and Grand Theft Auto V turned the series around, offering a more serious approach to storytelling and deeply developed characters, further strengthening Rockstar’s position in the market.

With the anticipation of tomorrow, we can’t wait to see what other surprises Rockstar has in store for GTA fans.