Rockstar feels disappointed at GTA 6 leak online, though this will not effect the game development
Huge F for Rockstar Games
Rockstar have recently tweeted their response on major GTA 6 leak and confirmed that they suffered a network intrusion where hackers got their hands on GTA 6 early development video clips and leaked it all around the internet.
The hacker who claimed responsibility for breaching Uber last week, claimed to have downloaded the video clips from Rockstar Games internal Slack where employees used for communication and file sharing on that platform.
Besides, The Verge stated that they have reached out to Rockstar with a request for comment about the details on how the network intrusion occured though they did not get any response from Rockstar yet. The hacker posted a 3GB file containing 90 videos of GTA 6 early gameplay footage on Sunday morning and even threatened Rockstar to leak more data including source code for GTA 6 and testing builds.
To summarise, Rockstar tweeted on Monday "We will update everyone again soon and, of course, will properly introduce you to this next game when it is ready". Though, leaking any information about GTA 6 won't be making the game to be released faster.