An alleged leak of GTA 6 has surfaced. The most recent entry in Rockstar’s enormously popular franchise, GTA 5, was launched in 2013, and it has since been available on consoles from three different generations.
According to recent leaks, development on the eagerly anticipated next instalment has apparently been ongoing for quite some time. If accurate, GTA 6 may have a choice between a male and female protagonist as well as a map based on Vice City. The Grand Theft Auto 6 leaks are “in fact real,” according to renowned gaming journalist Jason Schreier, and they might be a “nightmare” for Rockstar Games.
According to media sources, a user going by the handle teapotuberhacker uploaded a zip file to the GTAForum, a website where fans can share discussion threads and posts about the series. “Here are 90 footage/clips from GTA 6,” the person stated. I might soon release more information, including the GTA 5 and 6 source code and assets, as well as the GTA 6 testing build.
The user’s Telegram account has now been removed, even if the GTAForums post is no longer viewable there.
In the end, the leaked video snippets were uploaded on Twitter, YouTube, and other social media sites. Due to copyright concerns, the videos will not be linked to in this post.
Beginning with the Rockstar Games GTA 6 leaks, which were consistent with earlier leaks, gameplay was shown with a male and female protagonist. According to reports, the title character will likely go by the name of LUCIA and may be of Latin American descent.
According to the leak, GTA 6 could feature a conversation system similar to Red Dead Redemption II’s where you can select how to react to in-game NPCs. Your choices are expected to have an impact on the game’s story and in-game universe. The characters of GTA 6 will also experience RPG aspects like thirst, hunger, and fatigue. For increased stealth this time around, the protagonist will now be able to crawl on the ground.
Bleeping Computer reports that these videos seem to have been “created by developers debugging various features in the game” and feature Vice City locations as well as conversations with Non-Player Characters (NPCs).
Some of the videos have since been published on YouTube, and, despite the best efforts of Rockstar Games issuing takedown notices, many remain viewable today.
According to that Bleeping Computer report, extortion appears to be the motivation with the threat actor demanding money in return for not publishing the source code to the GTA 6 game.