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From releasing heist in GTA online to being a victim of a data heist and facing the leaks of the most awaited game: GTA VI

Unreleased video from “Grand Theft Auto VI,” the forthcoming entry in Rockstar Games’ popular franchise, was unlawfully obtained over the weekend and leaked, the company said Monday.
According to the leaks, a member of the GTA Forums uploaded a 3-gigabyte file that had 90 films of “GTA VI” footage. The hacker allegedly stated that they may “release more info soon,” including the source code, assets, and test builds for “GTA V” and “GTA VI.”

Following weekend leaks of early gameplay from GTA 6, Rockstar Games has released a statement explaining that they had a “network intrusion” by an unauthorised third party and are “extremely disappointed” that the hack has leaked the early gameplay Of the GTA VI game. Additionally, it has come to light that the same hacker may be accountable for a compromise at ride-sharing service Uber last week. According to Uber, the FBI and the US Department of Justice are in touch with them about the attacks. 

On Twitter, Rockstar sent a statement: “Our work on the next Grand Theft Auto game will continue as planned and remain as committed as ever to delivering an experience to you, our players, that truly exceeds your expectations.” In the statement they also mentioned, that there would be an official update on the game’s progress “soon”, and then added in the statement that they’d release the information about the game “when it is ready”.

Earlier it had previously reported, video from GTA 6 started to circulate online. According to Rockstar’s announcement, the material was downloaded as a result of a “network intrusion” that allowed someone to get “early development footage” for the game. The corporation claimed they didn’t anticipate any negative repercussions from the attack on their ongoing projects or its live-service games.

There isn’t a lot of information available about the next GTA outside this leaked early footage. Only in February of this year was the game’s development at Rockstar officially disclosed. It’s possible that the creators won’t feel pressured to, you know, crunch and destroy their personal life if people don’t become overly enthusiastic about massive games that have been in production for years and aren’t even close to being ready for display or release. Rockstar took some well-deserved heat in 2018 when then-boss Dan Houser claimed that employees had put in 100-hour weeks. As per reports dated back in July, that culture appears to be shifting. Why not prevent that?

There is no set date for the release of Grand Theft Auto 6. Don’t anticipate playing it for at minimum another two years; if that changes, I’ll let you know.



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