Rockstar Confirms GTA 6 Loss, Says Development Unaffected

Grand Theft Auto developer Rockstar Games confirmed yesterday that the GTA 6 leaks that surfaced online on September 18 are real, but development will not be affected by them.

Rockstar released a statement on Twitter (below) saying that “early development footage” was illegally removed from their system following a network break-in, and is disappointed that their new game has been shared this way for the first time.

“We recently experienced a network breach where an unauthorized third party illegally accessed and downloaded sensitive information from our systems, including early development materials for the upcoming Grand Theft Auto,” the statement said.

“We are extremely disappointed that the details of our next game have been shared with you in this way. Our work on the next Grand Theft Auto game continues as planned, and you, our players, as always, will receive an experience that truly exceeds your expectations. surpasses.

“We’ll be updating everyone again soon, and of course we’ll make the next game available to you appropriately when it’s ready. We would like to thank everyone for your continued support in this situation.”

Nearly 100 different videos of the game have been anonymously shared online featuring robberies, gun battles, loud conversations, and more. The images confirm all the rumors that GTA 6 will have both male and female heroes and a Vice City setting.

While Rockstar has promised more information soon, there’s no word on when exactly the developer will reveal the game, as GTA 6, like the final version, won’t be revealed until it’s ready. It wasn’t announced until this year, of course, but nearly a decade after GTA 5’s release, fans are looking forward to it.

Source: Creo Community


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