Rockstar Games has acknowledged that it recently “suffered a network attack,” which led to the significant leak of 90 videos of Grand Theft Auto 6 early development versions. In a formal statement released on Monday morning, the company claimed that the intrusion led to “an unauthorized third party illegally” accessing and downloading “confidential information from our systems,” though it adds that they don’t expect this will have any bearing on their ongoing live game services or development schedule.
Through a representative, the business said that it will refrain from making any other comments about the leak, which surfaced over the weekend on GTAForums. While the creator expressed “great disappointment” that the game leaked in this way, it also reaffirmed its commitment to releasing a top-notch next entry in the renowned brand.
Currently, there is no official release date for GTA 6, but 2024 or 2025 seems like the most likely possibility based on current projections.