A huge batch of footage from the next installment in Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto series has been leaked online. Early Sunday morning, a hacker who went by the teapotuberhacker uploaded 90 videos of a build test Grand Theft Auto VI to me . Where PCGamer Spotted the post, clips spread across Youtube And the Social mediaAnd, as of writing this article, they are still viewable.
In line with reports Bloomberg Jason Schreyer The screenshots show two playable heroes. One of them is a female character named Lucia, whom we see robbing a restaurant in one of the clips. In a separate video, you can watch the other playable character riding the “Vice City Metro”, referring to the fact that GTA VI In a fictional version of Miami. as The leaked footage is legitimate.
Not that there was much doubt, but I confirmed with Rockstar sources that this weekend is huge Grand Theft Auto VI Really real leak. The footage is early and incomplete, of course,” he tweeted. “This is one of the biggest leaks in video game history and a nightmare for Rockstar Games.”
Adding intrigue to an already interesting story, teapotuberhacker claims that they are also responsible for . They said they got the test build after accessing a Rockstar employee’s Slack account and could upload additional data online, including source code and assets from GTA V And the GTA VI, as well as the test build itself. It is unclear how old this version of the game is. It is said that Rockstar was working on GTA VI Since 2014. In July, Schreier reported that the studio had at least two more years before releasing the game to the public.
Grand Theft Auto series publisher Take-Two Interactive did not immediately respond to Engadget’s request for comment.
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