More than 90 pieces of footage from the upcoming Grand Theft Auto 6 have leaked online in an unprecedented leak. The videos were leaked and then posted on GTAForums by teapotuberhacker. They stated that they had direct access to them via the internal Slack channel for Rockstar Games.
Robberies, gunplay, open-world driving, and discussions with complete voice acting are all included in the videos. The video looks to support a recent rumor from Bloomberg’s Jason Schreier that the game would have a playable female character and be located in a fictionalized Miami, perhaps the Vice City of GTA history.
Despite having many functional features, the game is obviously in development as debug programming parts can be seen on the screen.
The tapes’ validity was not in question from the beginning because of their size and level of detail, which would be very difficult to manufacture.
Later, Schreier claimed in a Twitter post that he had received confirmation from Rockstar insiders that the leak of the “early and unfinished” video was real and that the situation was a “horror” for Rockstar.
Twitter is Filled With Hilarious Reactions:
Jason Schreier is a journalist and author who primarily covers the video game industry and has tweeted:
“Not that there was much doubt, but I’ve confirmed with Rockstar sources that this weekend’s massive Grand Theft Auto VI leak is indeed real. The footage is early and unfinished, of course. This is one of the biggest leaks in video game history and a nightmare for Rockstar Games”
“Rockstar responds to people saying GTA 6 looks incomplete because it literally is
I’ll share my thoughts and opinions below. GTA 6 has a pretty nice, elegant, and cutting-edge appearance. The buildup and leakage date back many years. I don’t think the disclosures will cause GTA 6 to be postponed and put off for further years. It is absurd. Fear not.
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