GTA player shocks the internet by asking for new GTA 6 feature with brutal gameplay clip

Souhardya Choudhury
GTA 6 loading screen character

The wait is almost over for Grand Theft Auto fans as Rockstar has promised a trailer for GTA 6 in December. However, one of the players wants more enterable buildings in the game while presenting a horrific clip from their GTA 5 playthrough.

GTA can be considered one of the biggest franchises in the history of gaming and fans have been waiting restlessly for the sixth edition for the last 10 years. Finally, Rockstar have confirmed that the GTA 6 trailer is expected to drop in early December this year.

There have been several leaks and rumors about the gameplay and the story as many sources have hinted at the franchise’s first female protagonist, Lucia, and the first child character in the series. Amidst the leaks, players also did not fail to let the devs know of their demands online.

X (formerly Twitter) user and GTA 6 enthusiast ‘Joe’ did the same as they posted a clip from their GTA 5 playthrough, claiming that the game had a “lack of enterable buildings,” and would definitely want more of them in the upcoming GTA 6.

However, in typical GTA fashion, the clip was all about straight-up murdering people inside one of the few enterable buildings in GTA 5. In the clip, the OP grabbed their AK-47 and unloaded all of its bullets, killing everyone in the building.

Another X (formerly Twitter) user reposted the original post by saying: “That might’ve been the worst clip to choose to make this point,” as the OP proceeded to massacre everyone in it.

“GTA fanbase needs to seek actual therapy,” an X (formerly Twitter) user claimed under the post. However, there are others who were actually concerned about the point made by the OP as they said: “We need more enterable buildings most buildings are just there for nothing.”

But players did not fail to see the funny side of it as they compared it to the airport massacre mission in Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2. Another user went ahead and claimed, “That’s kinda the point of GTA.”

Despite the disturbing clip, many players seemed to agree with the OP’s idea that GTA 6 needs more explorable buildings. Fans will be hoping that Rockstar will listen to their wishes when they finally drop the long-awaited game.

For more on the GTA 6, check out several GTA 6 leaks about its trailer and Take-Two’s alleged domain ownership of an unofficial GTA 6 site.

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