July 18, 2022
By Ray Ampoloquio
Rockstar Games finally confirmed GTA 6 earlier this year - nearly a decade after GTA V first came out.
This opened the floodgates to rumors, leaks, and speculations.
A good example is the updated resume of the voice actor, Natonia Monet.
Monet added "Fireball Video Game" into her resume where she will voice "Tamara" for a game by "Rockstar Games".
However, as soon as this blew up, Monet removed all the traces of the word "Fireball" from her CV. Most have taken this as a sign that Rockstar is using the word "Fireball" to refer to GTA 6 internally.
As one particular user pointed out, "Fireball" is also a song by Pitbull, a singer from Miami, which is also the inspiration for Vice City, the setting for 2002's GTA: Vice City.
Given Rockstar's twisted sense of humor, revealing clues about GTA 6's setting with its codename is pretty on-brand.