Rockstar confirms gigantic ‘Grand Theft Auto VI’ leak

That claimed Grand Theft Auto VI Leak appears to be real. Rockstar Games has Approved tweeted the authenticity of the leak, noting that a hacker stole sensitive data, including “early development footage” of the next Grand Theft Auto title. The company saw no long-term damage to development or live services such as GTA Onlinebut was “extremely disappointed” that future game details were shared in this way,

Rockstar promised another update “soon” and the creation of GTA VI would go on “as planned”. The game producer did not say more. However, Windows headquarters notes that parent company Take Two asked original leak host GTAForums to pull content that reportedly includes bully 2 plans and could contain code for several GTA titles. The hacker’s original Telegram channel has disappeared.

The leak is unprecedented and contained 90 videos of a very early build GTA VI. The clips appear to confirm rumors from July hinting at a return to Vice City (aka Miami), as well as a Bonnie and Clyde-like pair of male and female protagonists. There also appears to be a slew of functional upgrades ranging from improved animations to a stealth system.

That GTA VI Material can’t do much damage as the finished product is likely to be a lot more polished. However, there is concern that any code for GTA Online could make it easier for hackers to exploit vulnerabilities and spoil the game for other players.

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