Rockstar’s next installment in the Grand Theft Auto series might be one of the most anticipated video games in existence, and a new leak could give us the best look yet at GTA 6. The dataset, which Discover PCGamer via GTAForums Published by the alleged hacker himself, it contains about 90 video clips of the game, with debugging code and interfaces that work and help support the validity of the claims.
Interestingly, the hacker (going to “teapotuberhacker” on the GTAForums forum) also claims to be the person responsible for the recent Uber hack, and says they obtained the video by accessing a Rockstar employee’s Slack account – the same MO for the massive Uber hack.
The leaks themselves appear to be either legitimate or fake and were created with such a high degree of attention to detail and authenticity that they captured what was initially an extremely skeptical audience at GTAForums.
Various clips of the leak depict both male and female protagonist characters, which fits in with other reports on what to expect in the upcoming game. They also feature gameplay that takes place in the fictional city of Miami, once again matching early reports on what GTA 6 will bring to the franchise.
It’s worth noting that these videos likely show an old build, which some indications might be from around 2017. The game is said to have been in development since 2014 (GTA 5 was originally launched in 2013), so it would be reasonable Expect development snapshots to appear. of different builds over the years.
Earlier this month, Rockstar posted the credits from GTA 5 and GTA 5 online on its website, titled the ‘Thank You’ page, which many took as a sign that it was wrapping up active development on the long-running and much-expanded V. The installment in the series to focus more directly on the upcoming sequel.
We reached out to Take-Two Interactive, the owner of Rockstar, but did not immediately receive a response. We will update this post with more if and when they respond.