The GTA 6 leak that began circulating online has finally been acknowledged by Rockstar Games.
Rockstar Games has officially recognized the GTA 6 leak that first appeared online yesterday. Following recent online GTA 6 game leaks, the creator of Grand Theft Auto VI has begun gathering information. Rockstar Games has admitted that it recently "suffered a web intrusion," which resulted in the huge loss of 90 clips from the initial Grand Theft Auto 6 development releases.
Rockstar Games issued a statement following a significant leak that claimed that more than 90 minutes from early development of the open-world game had been published online. The studio has stated that they are working to prevent this leak from affecting the development of the anticipated game GTA Online. The hacker advertised on the internet over the weekend that he was selling GTA 5 and 6 source codes for at least five figures.
Several days have passed since the first GTA 6 leaks were discovered, but Rockstar Games has yet to respond. They said earlier today on Twitter that they would disclose further details and that they would discuss the new game when it is ready for release.
Game footage and information about Vice City's protagonist and setting have been leaked online, according to the author of Grand Theft Auto 6. The sequel's development of the game might be delayed because of the revelation, but Rockstar Games has stated that they do not anticipate any major problems with the development of their current project.
That's fantastic news for both the game's designers and fans who have been apprehensive about it. Take-Two, the parent company of Rockstars, has requested that some films be removed from YouTube, thereby confirming the authenticity of the leaked information.