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An untitled Grand Theft Auto game[a] is in development by Rockstar Games. It is due to be the eighth main Grand Theft Auto game, following Grand Theft Auto V (2013), and the sixteenth instalment overall. Following years of speculation and leaks, Rockstar confirmed in February 2022 that the game is in development. Footage from unfinished versions leaked online in September in what was described as one of the biggest leaks in the history of the video game industry.


Following the release of Grand Theft Auto V in September 2013, Rockstar North president Leslie Benzies said the company had "some ideas" for the next entry in the series.[5] In March 2018, The Know reported the game, code-named Project Americas, would be set primarily in a reworked Vice City[b] and partly in South America, with a female playable protagonist.[8] In April 2020, Kotaku's Jason Schreier reported the game was "early in development" as "a moderately sized release" that would expand over time, to avoid the developer crunch of its predecessors.[9] In July 2021, journalist Tom Henderson claimed the game would be set in modern-day Vice City, its map could evolve akin to Fortnite, and it would not release until 2025;[10][11] Schreier reaffirmed these reports.[12] Writing for Bloomberg News in July 2022, Schreier reported the game, titled Grand Theft Auto VI, entered development in 2014 and would feature a pair of protagonists influenced by Bonnie and Clyde, including a Latina woman; he claimed the developers were cautiously subverting the series' trend of joking about marginalised groups.[13][14]


On 18 September 2022, 90 videos showing 50 minutes of work-in-progress game footage were leaked to GTAForums by a user known as "teapotuberhacker".[3][c] Schreier confirmed with sources at Rockstar that the footage was genuine,[26] and The Guardian reported it was from several stages of development,[3] with some videos about a year old.[1] The footage reveals a modern-day Vice City setting, contains animation tests, gameplay tests, level layouts, and conversations between characters, and depicts the player characters, Jason and Lucia, entering a strip club and robbing a diner.[1][27] The hacker claimed to be behind the Uber security breach from the earlier week.[26][28] They claimed to have downloaded the files directly from Rockstar's internal Slack groups,[29] and they possessed source code, assets, and internal builds of both the new game and Grand Theft Auto V, which they threatened to publish.[26]


Take-Two responded by submitting takedowns of videos showing or discussing the leaks hosted on YouTube under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act,[3][30] and contacted moderators of GTAForums and Reddit to remove access.[31] The hacker wrote they were "looking to negotiate a deal" with Rockstar or Take-Two.[32] Several journalists described the event as one of the biggest leaks in video game history;[33][34][35] Schreier called it "a nightmare for Rockstar Games" that could limit remote work flexibility for employees.[2][36] Jefferies analyst Andrew Uerkwitz called it a "PR disaster" that could potentially delay the game and diminish staff morale, but was unlikely to impact reception or sales.[37][38] The Guardian noted the leaked footage was being widely criticised "by ill-informed users" due to its quality, despite not being representative of the final product.[3] Some users erroneously claimed graphics and art assets are finalised early in game development. In solidarity, many industry developers shared work-in-progress footage of their games[39][40][41] and some, including Cliff Bleszinski, Neil Druckmann, Rami Ismail, and Alanah Pearce, offered their sympathies to Rockstar.[1][3][42]


On 19 September, Rockstar confirmed the leak to be a "network intrusion" and lamented how the game was first demonstrated but did not anticipate long-term effects on development.[43] Rockstar locked comments and replies on their social media accounts in the days following the leak.[25] Take-Two added that steps had been taken "to isolate and contain this incident".[37] The company's share price dropped by more than six per cent in pre-market trading that day,[37][38] but recovered during regular trading hours following Take-Two's statement.[44] Uber acknowledged the potential links to their security breach and noted they were working with the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the United States Department of Justice. They believed the hacker was affiliated with the group Lapsus$, which is thought to have breached companies such as Microsoft, Nvidia, and Samsung over the preceding year.[45][46] In November, Zelnick said no material assets appeared to have been taken and the incident caused the companies to become more vigilant with cybersecurity.[47] In February 2023, he reiterated the leak had impacted staff emotionally but business remained unaffected.[48]


After a week that saw both Uber and Rockstar Games hacked, the FBI and Department of Justice are investigating. A British teenager, just 16 and leader of the Lapsus$ crime group, has been named by online hacker forums as the prime suspect.


Uber was first to fall in what appears to be two attacks from the same threat actor. The successful hack led to an extensive compromise of internal systems, although Uber has stated that there is no evidence of the hacker gaining access to "sensitive user data" such as trip histories. This was followed, just a matter of days later, by the bombshell Rockstar Games hack, which has seen a total of 90 video clips published online. Among these were many showing early development stages of Grand Theft Auto 6, the latest in the hugely popular GTA series of games.


Here, Uber says that it believes the attacker is "affiliated with a hacking group called Lapsus$, which has been increasingly active over the last year or so." Indeed, Lapsus$ has gained notoriety for breaches involving Cisco, Microsoft, Nvidia, Okta and Samsung so far this year.


I have been hearing rumors within the online criminal fraternity all week that Lapsus$ was involved in the Uber hack, and following the weekend's Rockstar Games breach, the GTA 6 leak as well. I had also come to the conclusion, early on, that the threat actor was likely British, based upon the use of slang and 'TeaPots' in online handles. This could have been, maybe still is, a false-flag operation.


However, a popular gaming expert known as LegacyKillerHD, or just Michael' on Twitter, has found more that backs up this notion. Michael references Doxbin, a site used to nefariously share personal information about people, called doxing, which claims that the Lapsus$ leader was responsible. The owner of the BreachForums criminal data breach discussion and sales site has also pointed the finger at the same teenage hacker.


The 16-year-old, who lives in England, was arrested in March by the City of London Police in relation to activities involving the Lapsus$ group. The BBC reported at the time that the boy, who could not be named for legal reasons, was alleged to have amassed $14 million from his crimes. Then, as now, it was a criminal forum that doxed the hacker.


Update: The City of London Police has confirmed that it's arrested a 17-year-old on suspicion of hacking. It's being reported that this is (one of) the same individual(s) behind the recent Rockstar incident. The individual is currently in police custody.


@nomither6This hacker/hackers broke numerous laws and have also attacked several other companies including Uber. They are a major threat and need to be stopped. That's why the FBI is involved. I would think that would have been obvious but I guess sadly not.


@dfsfdads bruh what is wrong with you? How is it Rockstar's fault? They didn't want to reveal it officially until they're sure that they are ready for it to be announced. We saw what happened with the GTA Trilogy. Maybe R* didn't want another GTA trilogy mess. Do you actually support the hacker?


@FoxMcMuffinOr these hackers are a major potential threat to national security and broke numerous laws. Why do you types have to make everything about idiotic inflammatory political conspiracy theories? It's just exhausting


You can be sure the likes of poor old GTA Forums are being "persuaded" to assist Take-two & the authorities with whatever info they'd had on the alleged hacker (& collaborate with the cyber sleuthing from Rockstar's end).The criminal aspect (if/when the hackers are found),will be significant,but not as much as their being sued into oblivion by Take-two's lawyers...they'll be lucky to access a C64 by the time they're finished!


Through every gta game is always ***** law enforcement and even promote hacking in the game its self. But when some kid decides to apply it to the real world. Then rocket star wants law enforcement help. Thank God and atleast it was a cyber attack on the company who promotes this kind of thing. Instead of some school or innocent child getting shot.


Cybersecurity is pretty important these days. Companies don't want people who are just gonna leak all their private data. There are certainly instances of big name hackers getting hired, but did those hackers also leak private data?


@Octane it's not about that, it's the injustice that rockstar put in their online games, they think of greed over gameplay & creativity and this hacker was the only justice in taking back that feeling! more needs to happen to the fat cats in suits before they fall imo, the billions they make from GTA online can never be redeemed, with any sort of karma! I just want to see rebellion and vigilant behaviour knowing that there are people out there fighting against this situation!! 041b061a72


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