GTA 6 footage hacker, Teapotuber, says he has way more footage and wants to make a deal with Rockstar Games; says alpha leak videos are 1000% real KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Monday, September 19, 2022

GTA 6 footage hacker, Teapotuber, says he has way more footage and wants to make a deal with Rockstar Games; says alpha leak videos are 1000% real

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that GTA 6 footage hacker says he has way more footage and wants to make a deal with Rockstar Games. The alpha leak videos are 1000% real. 

The massive leak lines up with some earlier reporting on GTA VI, showing a female playable character in some clips. Bloomberg reported earlier this year that GTA VI would include a female protagonist influenced by Bonnie and Clyde. Bloomberg reporter Jason Schreier says he has verified the leak is real through sources at Rockstar Games.

The leaked videos are currently being posted to YouTube, Twitter, Reddit, and many gaming forums online. In one video posted to YouTube, a playable female character named Lucia is seen robbing a restaurant and taking hostages. There is plenty of placeholder text showing this is clearly unfinished gameplay, and you can visibly see where the game engine is detecting objects in the scene.

While GTA VI is reportedly at least two years away, these leaked clips show early and unfinished development builds and testing of some aspects of the game. It’s not the first time a Rockstar game has been leaked heavily. Trusted Reviews was forced to donate more than $1 million to charity and issued an apology in 2018, after the site published details about Red Dead Redemption 2 ahead of the game’s launch.

We’ve reached out to Rockstar owner Take-Two to comment on the leak, and we’ll update you if we hear back. Take-Two appears to have started filing takedown requests for some GTA VI footage hosted on YouTube, though. “This video is no longer available due to a copyright claim by Take 2 Interactive” now appears on some videos. 

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