More than 90 alleged videos of a development version of Grand Theft Auto 6 have been leaked on social networks.
First Posted on GTA Forums by User tepotuberhacker, the images include an open world game that is supposedly from GTA 6, and they appear to be legit. The leaker claims the videos were downloaded from Slack.
If legitimate, the leaked build confirms the earlier report that the game would take place in Vice City. Bloomberg reported earlier this year that the game, which it claims began development sometime in 2014, is “at least two years from now.”
a youtube video from the leaked build shows a character running out of a store during a shootout with police. This is one of the longest images to come from this leak, as most of them are only a few seconds long.
Other Youtube The video shows the female character walking through a strip club, which is packed with NPCs. In this clip you can also see an advertisement for Pißwasser, the beer of the GTA universe, which increases the legitimacy.
Images of a character walking through a “Vice City Subway” train has also been released, adding to the evidence that the game will take place in the Miami-inspired location.
A clip showing the male lead entering a store has also been released. aware. A tag labeled “theft” can be seen in the top corner.
The user who posted the initial leak on the GTA forums also claims to have the source code for GTA 6 and GTA 5 and is threatening to post it in its entirety. They have posted snippets of screenshots, but VGC cannot verify the legitimacy of their claims.
They also claim to have a test version of a game that they could release, if they wanted to.
Another proof of the veracity of the images is that the open world that is shown in brief fragments includes car brands that have been included in previous titles, such as Vespucci.
The footage includes a new talking mechanic similar to the one included in Rockstar’s epic western criticism of its alleged crunch culture. At the time, his claims were backed up by Bloomberg journalist Jason Schreier, as well as VGC’s own sources.
Last month, a Rockstar insider who leaked accurate information about the company’s games in the past claimed remasters of GTA IV and Red Dead Redemption. “were on the table a few years ago” but are no longer planned.
Kotaku he later backed up the claims. Citing sources with knowledge of Rockstar’s plans, he said the studio has, at least temporarily, put remasters on hold to focus entirely on GTA 6.