GTA 6 fans convinced they’ve discovered song for next trailer

Shay Robson
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Grand Theft Auto 6 fans believe they may have found the song that’ll be used in the next trailer for the game as they eagerly await.

The world finally got a first look at the next installment in the Grand Theft Auto franchise, after the long-awaited GTA 6 trailer released in December, 2023.

Fans have since analyzed each and every frame of the minute-and-a-half-long trailer, hoping to any spot clues or easter eggs as to what’s in store ahead of the game’s 2025 release.

However, while many anticipate the game’s next trailer, GTA fans are now convinced they may know what song will be used, all thanks to Spotify.

GTA fans believe they’ve found next trailer song

On February 24, fans noticed that the cover of the late 70s pop hit “Ring My Bell” by Anita Ward on Spotify was changed to the Grand Theft Auto 6’s logo.

Furthermore, the artist’s cover photo on the music-streaming platform was also changed to the game’s artwork to match.

This has led many to believe that the song could be used in the next trailer for the game. However, as one fan pointed out, the song was also used in GTA San Andreas, and Rockstar typically doesn’t reuse music they’ve already featured in their games.

With that said, there’s a possibility that the song could still be used on the in-game radio, or perhaps another one of Ward’s hits. Regardless, it appears fans would be on board with the 70s pop song being used in some way or another.

Eagle-eyed GTA fans believe Rockstar has hinted at the next trailer releasing sometime between June and October 2024. But, we’ll just have to wait and see.

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Based in Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK, Shay Robson is a Journalist for Dexerto. Typically, you'll see Shay tackling the entertainment news, writing about your favorite Twitch streamers and influencers. But, as a passionate esports fan, you'll also catch him covering League of Legends and Valorant when he gets the chance. Contact: