Rockstar Games Confirms that GTA 6 Leaks weren’t Fake as Third Party Breached Data – The GTA 6 leak has been officially confirmed as true by publisher Rockstar Games exactly 36 hours after one of the largest leaks in gaming history. You may have seen 90+ gameplay and mechanics videos flying around the internet, all of which are authentic. The collection of films provides a thorough and unauthorised look into how one of the biggest games in the market was made. Since a leak of this size is so uncommon, some people questioned its veracity when it surfaced over the weekend. But a recent Rockstar tweet almost authorized the leaks.
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— Rockstar Games (@RockstarGames) September 19, 2022
Rockstar Games Confirms that GTA 6 Leaks weren’t Fake as Third Party Breached Data
Grand Theft Auto VI’s early and unfinished plans are shown in the clip, but the finished product will appear considerably more polished, according to the people, who asked to remain anonymous because the information is confidential.
In a statement posted on Twitter, Rockstar said an “unauthorized third party illegally accessed and downloaded confidential information from our systems…” This included “early development footage” of the next Grand Theft Auto game. “At this time, we do not anticipate any disruption to our live game services nor any long-term effect on the development of our ongoing projects,” Rockstar said.
The fact that Take-Two Interactive, the parent company of Rockstar Games, is already taking action against the leaker shows how comforting Rockstar’s message is. We, therefore, do not anticipate any other significant leaks until the official disclosure following such a significant breach.
Last Grand Theft Auto was released in 2013 which was the 5th edition, and it quickly rose to the status of the most valuable entertainment property. According to Bloomberg, the upcoming Grand Theft Auto VI has been under development in some capacity since 2014. For the first time in the series, it will have a playable female protagonist, and most of it will take place in a fictitious Miami, according to Bloomberg. The game’s existence was originally revealed by Take-Two in February, and the news immediately caused its share price to increase by 7%.