Grand Theft Auto 6 leaked over 90 different scenes of gameplay.
Dozens of gameplay footage of what appears to be in-development footage of Grand Theft Auto 6 have surfaced online, suggesting a leak.
A member with the handle teapotuberhacker uploaded a zip file to GTAForums and said, ” “Please enjoy these 90 clips from Grand Theft Auto 6. As time goes on, I may or may not provide further data, including the game source code, assets, and a build of GTA 6. Unconfirmed reports say that the hacker wants the company Rockstar to pay a ransom.
The videos, which include thefts, gunfights, and fully spoken discussions, eventually made their way onto social media platforms like YouTube and Twitter. The game also features what looks like debug components (which closely resemble comparable tools used in the development of Red Dead Redemption 2). The visuals seem to match earlier speculations about the game, namely that it would have male and female characters and take place in Miami.
While the narrated conversation and debug components have been cited as evidence that this is authentic, others have questioned the materials used (including repetition of GTA 5 parts).
Even though Grand Theft Auto 6 was officially announced this year after years of speculation, Rockstar has stated that any further announcements would be made when they are ready and not at the behest of Take-Two. Apparently, Rockstar has shifted more resources to Grand Theft Auto 6 after abandoning plans to remake Red Dead Redemption and Grand Theft Auto 4.
There has been no word from developer Rockstar or publisher Take-Two on their reaction to the suspected leak, but it will be interesting to watch if they begin taking action.