‘Grand Theft Auto VI’ footage leaked

Footage of an early version of “Grand Theft Auto VI” has been leaked online, causing an internet storm.

A major leak surfaced online in the early hours of Sunday morning, with about 50 minutes of footage available.

The game footage was captured on PS4 and PC, and I’ve verified information that was already known to the public, along with some new information.

The two protagonists are called Jason and Lucia, which supports earlier claims that the game was inspired by Bonnie and Clyde.

Other quality-of-life improvements have been added to the game, such as the police remembering which car they used, weapons can be switched between hands, the player can lean in to prone, and players can carry people on their shoulders which we imagine will work in the context of the game’s focus on thefts.

The footage was validated by Bloomberg journalist Jason Schreyer, who was the first journalist to get the inside scoop on the game’s direction earlier this summer.

Leaked footage Checks out a sinister report earlier this summer That the game will have a playable heroine, theft will have a major role in the game, and a return to Vice City is on the table.

Of course, we will undoubtedly publish these exciting stills, but Rockstar is working hard to crack down on any leaked gameplay videos, photos, or other assets.

One of the videos that took the rounds on Twitter showed a “Pulp Fiction”-style heist, and while the game is still in its early stages, the placeholder assets showed plenty of contextual buttons that allowed players to interact with NPCs.

Other videos have shown the two playable characters wondering what appears to be an updated version of Vice City.

For those who have seen the gameplay, it is clear that the game is still in the early stages of development and still far from release, but the game is playable in a very primitive state.

The fallout from the leak is huge, and Rockstar Games is said to be scrambling to deal with this major leak for its highly anticipated title.

The user claims to have access to the source code of ‘Grand Theft Auto V’ and ‘Grand Theft Auto VI’ which may have significant implications for the game version.

Players with long memory may remember the source code for ‘Half-Life 2’ It was leaked in late 2003 and delayed the game’s release, but a leak on such a scale is unprecedented in gaming history.

Rockstar Games is known for only releasing official screenshots and communications about their games in the form of a drip feed, and a leak on this level is almost unheard of in gaming history.

Being source code in the hands of a third party is uncharted territory for the gaming industry, and the industry is eagerly awaiting what the hacker does next.

Sources say that Rockstar is in direct contact with the hacker, who is demanding a “5-digit amount” to return the source code, but if the source code is leaked, this will open a whole can of worms for Rockstar.

The leak released nearly 10,000 lines of code related to the game, which is a huge headache for Rockstar.

It is possible that Rockstar will return to the drawing board and rework key parts of the game, which of course could lead to another delay, as parts of the source code come out in the open.

“Grand Theft Auto VI” It will be the first entry in the ‘Grand Theft Auto’ series since 2013 ‘Grand Theft Auto V’ which is among the top 5 best selling video games of all time.

Despite being a huge hit, the game has been ridiculed for it Released across 3 different console generations With small updates every time and still charging full price, along with Rockstar ditching the promised single player content in favor of ‘Grand Theft Auto Online’, which has become Rockstar’s big cash cow.

Even in the early stages of the games’ life (obtained footage shows clips from 2018 and 2021), Grand Theft Auto VI stole the spotlight and became the biggest gaming controversy of the year.

It remains to be seen if Rockstar will address the leak, but given how the leak caused an unparalleled internet firestorm, we expect them to address the situation directly.

Whether this involves delaying the game – which did not have a confirmed release date – is another issue entirely.