Rockstar Officially Responds to Grand Theft Auto 6 Hack

Rockstar Games has officially responded via social media to the leaked images of Grand Theft Auto 6 last weekend.

The company writes: “Our network was recently broken into, with an unauthorized third party illegally accessing and downloading confidential information from our systems, including early development footage of the next Grand Theft Auto. At this time, we do not expect that our live game services will suffer or that it will affect the development of our projects in the long run.”

The company continued: “We are extremely disappointed that details of our next game have been shared with you in this way. Our work on the next Grand Theft Auto game continues as planned and we will continue to do our best to serve you, the players , to deliver an experience beyond expectations. We will update everyone shortly and give you a proper introduction to this game when the time is right. We would like to thank everyone for their support during this situation.”

Last weekend, a hacker published several videos of an early version of Grand Theft Auto 6, which show, among other things, that the game takes place in Vice City and there are at least two main characters. Over the course of today, Rockstar and publisher Take-Two have tried to take as many of these videos offline as possible. For example, they have disappeared from where they were originally posted, GTAForums, and the GTA subreddit has also been cleaned up. Read in this column why the hack is bad news for all parties involved, according to the author.

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