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Dozens of Grand Theft Auto 6 gameplay videos leak online

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Dozens of Grand Theft Auto 6 gameplay videos leak online

‘One of the biggest leaks in video game history and a nightmare for Rockstar Games’

A trove of screenshots and footage from an early build of Grand Theft Auto 6 has leaked online on GTAForums, allegedly from the same hacker who hacked Uber a couple of days ago. According to the hacker, he found his way into the Rockstar Slack instance, where clips and screenshots are being shared amongst employees. Apparently, even the first 10,000 lines of the game’s source code was grabbed by the hacker.

These have of course been uploaded to Twitter, YouTube, and various other websites. Bloomberg reporter Jason Schreier verified the leak’s authenticity, calling it “one of the biggest leaks in video game history and a nightmare for Rockstar Games”.

Credit to the r/GamingLeaksAndRumors subreddit for chronicling all of the leaks. Check the stickied post there for the most updated information.

Grand Theft Auto 6 has no official release date, but most don’t expect to see it until at least late 2024.

We will not host any of the images or videos, but take a look at the various tweets and YouTube videos while they remain active.

https://twitter.com/Who2Pitts/status/1571374176534929408?s=20

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