More than 90 recordings and screen captures supposedly taken from a test work of GTA 6 game have released on the web.
Teapotuberhacker – who spent a few pages on the GTAForums calmly returning and front simply attempting to persuade players the holes were genuine prior to talking in any insight regarding them – in the long run persuaded the famously doubtful banners that what they were posting might be genuine.
The staggering revelation incorporates “GTA 5 and 6 source code and resources” and incorporates the two recordings and screen captures, yet from a test construct that has missing resources. The present moment, they’re quite simple to find across YouTube(opens in new tab) and all friendly media(opens in new tab) (in spite of the fact that I don’t assume they’ll be promptly accessible online for a really long time, can we just be look at things objectively).
Official Rockstar Announcement
The most anticipated game of the year has been leaked and is blowing up across the web. GTA 6 will be the newest installment in this popular series and Rockstar Games hasn’t confirmed a release date or any information about it yet, but here’s everything we know so far from the leak. GTA 6 will be a new story revolving around a new character who is not connected to any previous protagonists in any way. It will also have single player as well as multiplayer where you can invite your friends to play with you.
Is it set in London?
Many rumors and leaks have suggested that GTA 6 could be set in London, but there are contradicting reports too. This would make sense as the last main game in the series (GTA 5) was based on Southern California and London is a hugely popular tourist destination. There are also so many British car manufacturers such as Lotus, McLaren and Jaguar. But this rumor has been debunked by Rockstar’s parent company Take-Two Interactive who said they had no plans to move away from the US setting for now.
The news of the new GTA 6 game has already sparked some debate about who should make it into the game. There’s a lot of speculation about what characters will be in the game, though we know for sure that there will be a few and we’ve seen some solid clues from Rockstar themselves.
First official screenshots released
We knew it was only a matter of time before screenshots leaked, and they have! Recently, the new Grand Theft Auto game (likely titled Grand Theft Auto VI) has been spotted on an Imgur page with what looks to be first images from a gaming session in-progress. The screens include visuals from players driving down highways at night and during rainstorms, as well as in sunny climates. There are also glimpses of buildings and other scenery, including apparent carjackings that happen off screen. For now, we’re still waiting for official confirmation of release date and title information for GTA 6 game leaks.
First gameplay video is revealed
Rumors about the next GTA game have been circulating for years, and GTA V has maintained gamers’ interest for much of that time. But in 2017, a new piece of the puzzle emerged with a leaked gameplay video from a purported sixth installment in Rockstar Games’ blockbuster open world crime series.
Despite being rough footage of an early-stage development project with placeholder graphics and models, there’s enough to glean a few tantalizing details.
Future updates on release date, trailers, and more coming soon
Grand Theft Auto VI is going to be a fantastic release for players and for the company itself. But where does it rank among its predecessors? Although we don’t know much about GTA VI at this point, we do have some information about what has been announced so far and about the games that came before it. Stay tuned for more updates on release date, trailers, and more in the coming days! To compare GTA 6 to other popular titles from Rockstar Games, here are the basics of what you need to know about their previous releases.
The Grand Theft Auto series was originally created by DMA Design and published by BMG Interactive. However, after DMA Design was acquired by Rockstar Games in 2000, BMG Interactive lost publishing rights for the game series when they terminated their agreement with them due to disagreements over who would get rights once PlayStation 2 consoles hit North America.