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GTA 6 has a rude joke printed on the outfit of woman from the trailer

GTA 6 has a rude joke printed on the outfit of woman from the trailer

Rockstar Games have hidden a sexual innuendo in a sneak-peek of GTA VI.

Rockstar Games has included multiple bikini-clad women in the new Grand Theft Auto 6 trailer - but only one of them is in on an X-rated joke.

Despite the developer's plan to release the trailer at 9am today (5 December), a sneak peek of the long-awaited game was leaked via social media yesterday evening (4 December).

The trailer was shared by an unknown source late last night, and fans immediately questioned whether the video was legitimate.

However, Rockstar quickly posted a statement to X (formerly Twitter): "Our trailer has leaked so please watch the real thing on YouTube.”

You can watch the official first trailer below:

As well as a return to Vice City for the first time in 20 years, the latest instalment in the Grand Theft Auto series will feature a well-known fashion label.

Fans of both GTA 5 and Grand Theft Auto Online should already be familiar with Sessanta Nove - a game-based, high-fashion brand.

The designer label takes inspiration from Louis Vuitton and also features a monogram logo that is similar to its real-life counterpart.

Eagle-eyed viewers would have seen one of the women in the GTA VI trailer sporting a bikini with the well-known pattern.

However, did you know the pattern is actually an ongoing sexual humour gag from Rockstar?

Rockstar Games have hidden a sexual innuendo in the new GTA VI trailer.

Time to blow your mind: Sessanta Nove translates as ‘sixty-nine’ in Italian.

Love it or loathe it — you can’t deny that the game makers aren’t brilliant for sneaking this subtle innuendo into their first teaser.




As well as spotting the X-rated message, fans have seen another cryptic reference to the sex move.

Just 15 seconds into the clip, we are treated to a seaside view of Vice City.

A plane can then be seen flying across the timeline, with a banner which reads: “Why Sixty Nine When You Can Nine 1 Nine?”

Viewers believe the game's release date has been hidden in the trailer.

But instead of chalking it down as a joke, many users believe that the banner relates to the yet-to-be-announced GTA 6 release date.

One X user wrote: “9.19.2025 Mark my Words.”

A second said: “A SUPPOSED release date for GTA 6 9/19 2025, if it is and an Easter egg it sucks.”

However, a third user may have dashed hopes by writing: “Rockstar said they are releasing groundbreaking titles in fiscal 2025 which means GTA 6 will be coming out no later than April 2025 if there’s no delays.”

Excitingly, game developers have confirmed that the forthcoming reincarnation of Vice City will reside in the fictional state of Leonida.

Fans will be able to explore brand-new corners of the expanded Vice City, in what is reportedly the most immersive GTA offering yet.

Reports claim that the YouTube trailer, posted by Rockstar Games, has obliterated a previous record held by famed content creator MrBeast.

As per JOE, the one-minute 30-second trailer has broken the world record for the most views in 24 hours on a non-music video.

The publication claims that the trailer had surpassed MrBeast’s record of 46 million views in less than nine hours.

At the time of writing, the YouTube video has clocked up over 65 million views in 14 hours.

Grand Theft Auto VI is set to release in 2025.

Featured Image Credit: Rockstar Games

Topics: GTA, Gaming, PlayStation, PlayStation 5, Xbox