One of the most eagerly awaited video games ever may be Rockstar’s upcoming Grand Theft Auto instalment, and a fresh alleged leak might give us our best look yet at GTA 6. The information trove, which PCGamer obtained through a GTAForums post by the accused hacker themself, includes over 90 videos of game footage, with debug code and interfaces working and supporting the accusations. GTA 6 gameplay leaked characters video watch video in the last part pf the article and this video is viral on all over the internet
GTA 6 Gameplay Videos Reportedly Leak
The hacker, who goes by the username “teapotuberhacker” on the GTAForums, appears to also claim responsibility for the most recent Uber attack. They claim to have gotten the footage by hacking into a Rockstar employee’s Slack account, which is the same method used in Uber’s massive hacks.
The leaks themselves appear credible or have won over originally very sceptic GTAForums member audiences because they were fakes made with an extreme amount of attention to detail and authenticity.
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There are several snippets from the leak that show both male and female protagonist characters, which does line up with other evaluations of what to expect in the next game. Additionally, they show gameplay taking place in a fictitious city that is similar to Miami, which again confirms early reports about what GTA 6 would bring to the brand. GTA 6 gameplay leaks online in over 90 videos of early footage (Updated)
It’s important to keep in mind that these videos may depict an older structure and may have been produced around 2017. It will be affordable because the game has supposedly improved since 2014 (GTA 5 first debuted in 2013).
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Rockstar rolled out the credits for GTA 5 and GTA 5 Online earlier this month on its website, titling the page “Thank You,” which many took as a sign that it was ending active development on the protracted and significantly expanded fifth instalment in the series to concentrate more immediately on the impending sequel.
Take-Two Interactive, who owns Rockstar, has been contacted; however, we have not yet received a response. Whenever and if they respond, we’ll update this post with new information.