The user “teapotuberhacker” from the GTAForums claims to be in charge of the most recent Uber hack and has since posted over 90 videos purportedly taken from a test version of Grand Theft Auto 6 that contains “GTA 5 and GTA 6 source code and assets.”
Screenshots and excerpts from these movies have already started to circulate on social media sites including YouTube, Twitter, Reddit, and others. They line up with information from both the most recent Grand Theft Auto 6 leak and an earlier leak that was also featured in this piece.
The veracity of the leaked video has been confirmed, claims Bloomberg reporter Jason Schreier. Despite any lingering scepticism, he tweeted, “I’ve confirmed with Rockstar sources that this weekend’s massive Grand Theft Auto VI leak is 100 percent real.
Of course, the video is unfinished and unprocessed. One of the biggest leaks in video game history, and a nightmare for Rockstar Games.
Anyone who shares GTA 6 gameplay footage that was unlawfully obtained will already have received DMCA notices from Rockstar Games and Take-Two Interactive.