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GTA 6: Gameplay Videos Leaks Online in 90 Videos

A new leak would have revealed over 90 footage and images of GTA 6 in advance.

About 90 gameplay videos of a development version of Grand Theft Auto 6 or GTA 6, the next big game from Rockstar Games, were leaked online yesterday. Check out the complete details below.

GTA 6 Gameplay Videos Leaked

gta 6 gameplay video leaked

GTA 6 has not yet been officially shown by Rockstar Games, but the highly anticipated new open-world title may have already revealed itself to the world: right now, numerous videos and images have been leaked online that would show the title in action.

According to reports, it looks like over 90 videos and images of GTA 6 were shared on GTA Forums, one of the largest communities dedicated to the Grand Theft Auto series, also showing some of the game dialogues.

The leak originated from user “tepotuberhacker” on the same discussion board, who released gameplay footage of GTA 6 apparently obtained from Slack channels possibly used by Rockstar employees. The leaker has also come into possession of different codes of GTA 6 and GTA 5 which would appear to be real.

A previous report suggested that GTA 6 will be set in Miami and will allow players to play as both a man and a woman. The leaked videos confirm these details.

The leaked video (that is now compiled into one and published below) shows a female character running out of a shop after a robbery, only to get involved in a shooting with the police. This is one of the longest clips of the leak, as most others are only a few seconds long.

In the same video, you can also see the character walking into a strip club with lots of NPCs. There is also an advertisement for Pißwasser, the beer of the GTA universe. In addition, the video shows the protagonist in a subway, the “Vice City Metro”, suggesting that GTA 6 will actually be set in this location.

At this point, it is unclear how Rockstar Games will decide to act. It is very likely that all these videos will be removed in the next few hours, although this would further confirm the veracity of the leak. The leaker also threatens to publish the source codes for GTA 6 and GTA 5, and claims to have a test build of the game that he could publish at any moment.

For the moment, Rockstar Games has not currently confirmed or denied any of the information: we will keep you promptly updated as soon as we can find out more about this alleged leak which, if it turns out to be true, would have already offered its fans a first look at GTA 6 before the official announcement.

In the meantime, we can only invite you to take the news with a grain of salt, in the absence of any official statement on the matter.