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News video games 19 May 2023, 15:48

author: Adam Adamczyk

He Made His Own Trailer for GTA 6 and Delighted the Community

This fan-made trailer for GTA 6 has delighted the gamers. Get ready for fast cars and great editing.

Grand Theft Auto 6 is sure to become a high-profile title, and it's no wonder so many gamers are eagerly awaiting any information regarding this game. Recently we reported that Take-Two Interactive's financial report suggests possible release of GTA 6 next year, but even if that happens, it's still a long wait. One fan of the series created by Rockstar did not want to wait for an official trailer and decided to create a fan trailer for the game himself, delighting a huge group of people in the process.

Fast cars, heist and excellent editing

At the end of March I reported that the author, who goes by the handle 12th Hour on YouTube, decided to independently create a trailer for the game in the style of GTA 6, using the Unreal Engine, Blender and buying assets with his own money. It didn't stop there, of course, as the creator additionally used motion capture technology to create the trailer, and even hired a professional voice actor.

I don't know about you, but I particularly liked the parts depicting the driving, the character models and, above all, the editing. I'm not the only one who appreciates the work that 12th Hour put into creating this fan-made trailer, as evidenced by the comments under the video.

"This is the best thing I've watched!," wrote FaZe Flea

"The amount of work you put into this is amazing. Wonderful," wrote Aaditya Anand

"This is one of the best trailers I've seen, and the fact that it's fan work makes it even more great," wrote Saint

As the author stated, it took him 200 days to create the video. Admittedly, he had announced in the past that he wanted to wrap up the whole thing in 150 days, but despite the delay he has reasons to be satisfied. 12 hours after the video was published, the trailer had garnered more than a quarter of a million views, nearly 40 thousand thumbs up, and more than 3300 comments.

What part of the trailer did you like the most? Let us know in the comments.

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