The first trailer for GTA 6 has surpassed over 100 million views and broken multiple records since it released on December 4.
This amazing achievement comes to the surprise of no one, as gamers everywhere have been hotly anticipating new details on the next GTA for a little over a decade.
In the trailer, players got a tantalizing glimpse at GTA 6’s two main protagonists, and the game’s lush Florida-inspired locale, Leonida. They were certainly not disappointed – the staggering number of views is a testament to that.
The GTA 6 trailer has already broken several records (and counting) on YouTube. It has solidified itself as one of the most successful game trailer reveals of all time!
GTA 6 Trailer Gets Over 100 Million Views and Counting
The GTA 6 trailer surpassed over 100 million views on YouTube, in about a day since its official reveal from Rockstar.
The “Grand Theft Auto VI Trailer 1” video on YouTube is currently sitting at a staggeringly impressive 106 million views, 9.3 million likes, and roughly 750,000 comments. Suffice it to say, it was a resounding success!
It already has more views than the first trailer released for GTA V, GTA 6’s predecessor. Interestingly, both trailers reached 100 million views on the same day.
GTA V took 12 years to reach that milestone, whereas GTA 6 only took one day:
If you haven’t already, check out the GTA 6 trailer here to add to its gargantuan YouTube view count:
The GTA 6 trailer has broken a myriad of YouTube records, including the most watched non-music video in 24 hours, the fastest non-music video to reach over 100 million views, and the most likes for a trailer.
Previously, Mr Beast held the record for the most views on YouTube for a non-music video in 24 hours. It was for his 7 Days Stranded At Sea video, which reached 46 million views within 24 hours.
This was before the GTA 6 trailer blew it out of the water:
The Grand Theft Auto 6 trailer was also recognized by the Guinness Book of Records, which confirmed that it has already broken multiple official records:
Unfortunately, the trailer didn’t manage to beat the record for the most watched overall YouTube video in 24 hours. The BTS music video “Butter” still holds that one.
Nevertheless, it’s an astounding achievement that highlights just how excited players are for the next installment in the Grand Theft Auto series!
All Records Broken So Far
Check out the table below for all the records the first trailer for GTA 6 has broken so far. We will update it with each new record broken:
|Record Broken by GTA 6 Trailer
|Most watched non-music video in 24 hours
|90 million views
|46 million views
|Fastest non-music video to reach 10 million views
|Roughly under 2 hours
|2 hours and 14 minutes
|Fastest non-music video to reach 50 million views
|Fastest non-music video to reach 100 million views
|1 day, 8 hours
|Most likes on a trailer
|Most viewed video in Rockstar Games history
If you’re looking for more detail, check out what you have missed in the GTA 6 trailer here!