GTA 6 gameplay video leak reaches social media

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GTA 6, Rockstar’s forthcoming Grand Theft Auto game, may be one of the most anticipated video games ever, and a new rumoured leak may offer us our best look yet at GTA 6. 

As the GTA 6 leaked video dump reached social media, take 2 Interactive, the firm that owns Rockstar Games,
began initiating copyright claims against people who reposted the leaked footage, lending credence to the leaked films’ authenticity.
The hacker, on the other hand, purportedly claims to have GTA 5 and GTA 6 source code in his hands And would not sell GTA 5 source code for less than $5,000,
while GTA 6 source code is ‘Not for sale at this time.’
Rockstar and Take 2 have yet to reply to the leaks, but Bloomberg’s Jason Schreier has verified with Rockstar sources that the leak is real.

GTA 6 leaked video reaches social media

The data trove, which PCGamer obtained via a GTAForums post by the claimed hacker, has about 90 videos of game footage, with debug code and interfaces running and supporting the truth of the accusations.

It’s worth mentioning that these films most likely depict an earlier build, maybe from about 2017. 

The game has allegedly been in development since 2014 (GTA 5 originally debuted in 2013), thus development snapshots from various iterations throughout the years would be plausible.

The hacker whose name is ‘teapotuberhacker’ on the GTAForums also claims to be the person responsible for the recent Uber attack, and claims to have obtained the footage by obtaining integration to a Rockstar employee’s Slack account – the same approach Uber utilised in their major hack.

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