- Alleged first footage of the next Grand Theft Auto game has been leaked online, with over 90 videos showing off its engine, gameplay, and more early development.
- The historical leak provides a glimpse into the development of GTA 6, confirming earlier reports of the series’ first female heroine and Vice City.
The next entry in the Grand Theft Auto franchise is still shrouded in mystery, and what’s behind Confirmation from Rockstar GamesWe know almost nothing about the project. The title, informally known as GTA 6, will mark the first major game since 2013 GTA V, having broken the sales record of 170 million to date.
We may be seeing the first GTA 6 leak, with a historical stock of media coming online, featuring hours of footage from the pre-release. More than 90 videos now Generalization From the project, as I mentioned before computer gamesShowcasing its engine, planned setting, and early iterations of gameplay.
The leaked footage closely aligns with what Bloomberg reported in July, with plans for The first heroine in the game As part of a criminal duo. The narrative, which takes inspiration from the infamous Bonnie and Clyde, is also said to aim to retain the franchise’s satirical themes while crafting a more comprehensive tone.
The alleged GTA 6 footage comes via GTA Forums user “tepotuberhacker”, who posts various excerpts from his open world at work from what appears to be an early development build. The shots making the rounds show our two heroes, including a Latina woman named Lucia. The build also hints at the setting of Vice City, hinting at the Miami-inspired language revival of 2002’s GTA Vice City.
The 90+ videos also provide an expanded look at heists, NPC interactions, vehicles, and more from the sprawling sandbox. The screenshots appear to be from builds that are at least two years old, indicating that development is underway along with recent years of GTA V content updates.
It’s a landmark leak from a famous developer, offering a first glimpse into one of the most awaited titles of this decade. A parent owns Take-Two Interactive from Rockstar Games High hopes for GTA 6CEO Strauss Zelnick said, “It will set creative standards for the series, our industry, and all entertainment.”
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