Rockstar confirms "network intrusion" and releases statement on GTA VI leaks
Rockstar's GTA VI data leak is real
Published: 19th September 2022 | Source: Rockstar Games |
Don't expect Rockstar's network intrusion to impact GTA Online or Red Dead Online
Rockstar Games has officially confirmed that the company has suffered from a "network intrusion" and that footage of their "next Grand Theft Auto" game has leaked as a result. Currently, Rockstar and Take Two Interactive are actively taking down this leaked footage, and Rockstar does not expect this leak to affect the development of their "next Grand Theft Auto" long-term.
Rockstar has stated that they will officially reveal their next Grand Theft Auto game "when it is ready", and that they want to create a game that "exceeds your expectations". Currently, Rockstar does not expect their data network breach to impact their live service games, which includes Grand Theft Auto Online, and Red Dead Online.
Currently, Rockstar's leaked footage of Grand Theft Auto VI is said to be several years old and represents the game as it was at that time. Rockstar is still actively developing their next Grand Theft Auto game, so do not expect the game's recently leaked footage to look like Grand Theft Auto VI in its finalised state.
Below is Rockstar's statement about their data leak and their "next Grand Theft Auto".
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