Fans have been wait­ing eight years for a new Grand Theft Auto title, which is the longest peri­od between games in the series’ his­to­ry. One leak­er, who has a sol­id track record, has shared information–the next entry won’t release until 2025. This is backed up by Take-Two’s recent share­hold­er state­ments.

Tom Henderson–who pre­vi­ous­ly leaked Call of Duty and Bat­tle­field 2042 details–has released a new video claim­ing that GTA 6 will be set in a mod­ern-day ver­sion of Vice City, but this is con­trary to pre­vi­ous reports that GTA 6 would be set in the 1980s. Hen­der­son is also claim­ing that Rock­star wants to ensure their staff has free­dom when cre­at­ing con­tent for GTA Online.

Hen­der­son also men­tioned that the map for GTA 6 might change over time, sim­i­lar to how the Fort­nite map goes through reg­u­lar over­hauls. It seems that GTA 6 will also have mul­ti­ple playable char­ac­ters, which GTA 5 first intro­duced into the series. 

Even if these rumors are true, fans are going to be wait­ing for quite some time. Hen­der­son stat­ed that Rock­star is putting an empha­sis on employ­ee well­be­ing since reports detail­ing the crunch work con­di­tions that were imple­ment­ed before Red Dead Redemp­tion 2 came out.

The new GTA is believed to be com­ing releas­ing on the PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC. Because the new con­soles are so fresh to the mar­ket, Rock­star is alleged­ly wait­ing for more sys­tems to be sold to max­i­mize sales. Hen­der­son added that Rock­star wants to avoid delay­ing the game, so GTA 6 won’t be announced early.