Rockstar Games has confirmed that the next-generation development of the "Grand Theft Auto" (GTA) series has begun. Before the studio's official announcement, however, a massive leak may have revealed what the game looks like in development.

A user named "teapotuberhacker" from GTAForums has posted more than 90 gameplay clips from the "beta" version of the highly anticipated open-world action-adventure game. According to other forum posts by users, Uber's recent major data breach may have also been carried out by the same party.

AndroBliz has learned that the data-stealing hackers also said they had "source code and assets" for GTA 5 and GTA 6, adding that they may soon leak more data.

Shared gameplay footage has been circulated widely on social media, showing the previously rumoured two protagonists and the setting for Vice City.

A restaurant heist similar to the Red Dead Redemption 2 system, very R-star-style dialogue between characters, and more are also shown.

Since the assets are said to be from beta builds, you can see a ton of placeholder models, textures, text, debug messages from the engine, and temporary assets from GTA 5.

We should see removals of the original source and mirrors soon, if it's what the hackers admit to being taken from Rockstar servers. The biggest problem for Rockstar Games, though, will be a massive data breach, and things are going to collapse.


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