Forget GTA Online, Hackers Just Leaked GTA 6 Gameplay Footage

Looks like the days of Rockstar Games being repeatedly asked for the next GTA sequel would soon be over after GTA 6 gameplay footage leaked!

Tired of playing GTA V and GTA Online repeatedly? Looks like you won’t have long to wait for Rockstar Games’ next GTA sequel. Last night, early gameplay footage of the next GTA game leaked online on social media by a hacker on the GTAForums platform. The hacker posted more than 90 videos of early development footage of GTA 6, the next big game from Rockstar Games and Take Two Interactive, though the videos were briefly removed due to a takedown issued by Take Two Interactive.

Gamers have long been asking for GTA 6 updates with millions of people flooding Rockstar and Take Two Interactive’s social media pages with comments. GTA V was released way back in 2013, and while the game has done very well for its age, people are tired of it and want the sequel to be released as soon as possible.

The leak was first spotted by PCGamer on a post on GTAForums by a hacker called “teapotuberhacker” who claimed to have the original source code for both GTA V and GTA 6 and wanted to settle the matter with Rockstar Games. According to reports, the hacker then demanded that someone from Rockstar contact him and he “will not accept offers less than 5 digits”, according to Twitter user @_Tom_Henderson_.

Bloomberg reporter Jason Schreier confirmed the credibility of the leaked images. He tweeted: “Not that there was much doubt, but I have confirmed with Rockstar sources that this weekend’s massive Grand Theft Auto VI leak is indeed real. The statues are, of course, early and unfinished. This is one of the biggest leaks in video game history and a nightmare for Rockstar Games.”

Users are advised not to post clips from the GTA 6 leak, as Rockstar Games and Take Two Interactive are already issuing DMCA against anyone posting these illegally obtained clips.

GTA 6 details based on leaked images

The social media leaks showed two playable protagonists – a male and a female. This could potentially be the first time Rockstar Games has included a female protagonist in its GTA series. The early development footage showed the gameplay, game engine, mechanics and much more. The leaked clips also seemed to confirm rumors that Rockstar would be bringing the GTA series back to Vice City for the first time since GTA Vice City, which launched in October 2002.

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