Among the most popular franchises of the year may be the upcoming “Grand Theft Auto” installment from American video game developer ‘Rockstar Games‘, and recently a new rumored leak has provided a sneak preview of the upcoming ‘GTA 6’ playability.
What Tech Crunch Report Says-
Tech Crunch reports that the cache of information, that PCGamer found via a GTAForums upload by the accused hacker directly, has about 90 videos of gameplay clips, including debugging code as well as interactions running and supporting the allegations.
According to the hacker, who goes by the handle “teapotuberhacker” on GTAForums, they obtained the footage by breaking into a Rockstar worker’s Slack login.
These leaks seem either true or counterfeits made with such meticulous attention in a detailed manner and genuineness that they’ve won over the community of GTAForums members, who were first quite skeptical. Female and male protagonist avatars are shown in several snippets from the leak, which is consistent with prior claims regarding what to anticipate in the upcoming game.
Additionally, they depict gameplay occurring place in a hypothetical city that resembles Miami; this matches early rumors regarding the changes that “GTA 6” will make to the series. It’s important to keep in mind that these films probably depict an outdated build and may date from as recently as 2017, according to Tech Crunch.
GTA 6 Existence and Development
Since “GTA 6” has allegedly been in existence since 2014, the development has also gone on. It is logical to assume that developmental snapshots will come from different versions over the months and years.
According to Tech Crunch, Rockstar flashed the honors from “GTA 5” and “GTA 5 Online” on its homepage earlier in the month with the page’s headline “Thank You,” something that many interpreted as an indication that the series was ending active production on the game.