Grand Theft Auto 6 footage has leaked online

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Shortly after midnight on September 18, 2022, someone decided enough was enough. Taking to the GTA forums and Reddit, a series of images and some footage of the hotly anticipated GTA 6 was leaked online.

The last official entry in the main series was Grand Theft Auto V, which was released in 2013, nearly a decade ago. Since then, it has been rereleased on nearly every platform available while there hasn't been much of anything official regarding the state of Grand Theft Auto 6.

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The images and video show off two characters, Lucia and Jason. In one of the shots, a metro train is shown with "Vice City" emblazoned on it. Grand Theft Auto: Vice City was released in 2002 and featured a take on Miami that quickly became a fan favorite. The abundance of palm trees in two of these shots seems to confirm the location.

The video itself has both characters holding up a diner. Many of the NPCs are generic mannequins and it's interesting to see the text pop up and act as a narrator for what their actions are. After robbing both tills and a few patrons, the police show up, but don't offer much resistance as Lucia and Jason make off with the police cruiser.

Update: 9/19/2022

This morning, Rockstar Games finally acknowledged the leak and confirmed its authenticity. The company reported that the leak resulted from a third party illegally accessing their systems and downloading early development footage. It would also appear that the claims the hacker obtained source code for GTA V and 6 are false. Rockstar Games doesn't anticipate any disruption to their live game services or any long-term effect on developing ongoing projects.

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