The TT Show Episode 14 is here, and of course, this week's big story is the Grand Theft Auto 6 trailer, which dropped moments before Jak and Kosta started recording - so strap in for some genuine immediate impressions. The GTA 6 discussion covers quite a bit, from the visuals to the game potentially skipping PC at launch to why Rockstar released the trailer ahead of schedule.
The Grand Theft Auto 6 trailer isn't the only trailer the duo dig into as they talk about the new Fallout TV show from Amazon for Prime Video and how it captures the series' look, feel, and tone. As a Fallout player, Kosta is more impressed than Jak, but hey. In the world of GPUs, the ongoing GeForce RTX 4090 China ban saga continues, with the recent news that NVIDIA is designing a cutdown RTX 4090D for the region.
This week's episode also covers the early arrival of Windows 12 in June 2024 alongside dedicated "AI PCs," Tesla's Cybertruck's launch, and some sad news about NASA's planned Moon mission in 2025. It turns out progress at Elon Musk's SpaceX isn't where it should be,
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All the topics discussed in this week's episode of The TT Show
- Read more: GTA 6 confirmed for 2025 launch, trailer released early
- Read more: GTA 6 trailer post is the most popular gaming Tweet of all time
- Read more: Grand Theft Auto 6 in-game footage leaked by child of Rockstar Games employee
- Read more: Fallout TV show: Cyclops overseer, Dogmeat and Brotherhood of Steel star in first trailer
- Read more: NVIDIA's GeForce RTX 4090D for the Chinese market will use cut down AD102-250 GPU
- Read more: NVIDIA warned: redesign a GPU for AI for China, US government will stop them the next day
- Read more: Windows 12 is apparently launching in June 2024 alongside a wave of new AI PCs
- Read more: Tesla release Cybertruck bullet proof test video, showcasing a unique level of toughness
- Read more: Elon Musk's SpaceX may stop humans going to the moon in 2025