GTA 6 game leaks online in 90 videos

GTA 6 game leaks online in 90 videos

Recording of Grand Theft Auto VIRockstar’s next entry in its open world franchise has leaked online. PC player reports that a user on the GTA Forums has posted a 3GB file full of 90 videos of GTA VI the recordings. It’s not entirely clear how the footage was obtained, but the “teapotuberhacker” poster claims to be behind the unrelated Uber hack late last week, saying they may be “leaking more data soon” including GTA V and GTA VI source code, assets and test builds.

The massive leak is consistent with some previous reporting about GTA VIwhich shows a female playable character in some clips. Bloomberg reported earlier this year that GTA VI would include a female protagonist influenced by Bonnie and Clyde. Bloomberg reporter Jason Schreier says he has confirmed that the leak is real through sources at Rockstar Games.

The leaked videos are currently being posted on YouTube, Twitter, Reddit and many online gaming forums. In a video posted on YouTube, a playable female character named Lucia is seen robbing a restaurant and taking hostages. There is plenty of placeholder text to show that this is clearly unfinished gameplay, and you can visibly see where the game engine detects objects in the scene.

Another clip shows a playable character on the “Vice City Metro” train, which lines up with reports that the game is set in a fictionalized version of Miami much like 2002’s GTA: Vice City. A separate clip includes a poolside conversation that feels similar to the NPC conversations in Rockstar’s Red Dead Redemption 2.

It’s not clear how old the footage is, but some appear to be running on RTX 3060 Ti and RTX 3080 cards, so the development build can’t be more than two years old. Other clips show new NPC interactions, updated UI and animations, and even Rockstar’s own internal debugging tools for GTA VI on PlayStation.

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Leaked clips are widely shared on YouTube and social media

While GTA VI is reportedly at least two years away, these leaked clips show early and unfinished development builds and testing of some aspects of the game. It’s not the first time a Rockstar game has been heavily leaked. Trusted reviews was forced to donate more than $1 million to charity and issued an apology in 2018, after the website published details of Red Dead Redemption 2 before the game’s launch.

We’ve reached out to Rockstar owner Take-Two for comment on the leak, and we’ll update you if we hear back. Take-Two appears to have started submitting takedown requests for some GTA VI recording on YouTube, but. “This video is no longer available due to a copyright claim by Take 2 Interactive” now appears on some videos, but many others remain online.

Update, 9:25 a.m. ET: Article updated with confirmation that the leak is authentic.

Update, 11:50 a.m. ET: Article updated to note Take-Two has submitted takedown requests for some GTA VI footage.

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