Take-Two’s Grand Theft Auto VI gameplay dripped online

© Reuters. Grand Theft Auto The Trilogy by Take-Two Interactive Software Inc is seen for sale in a shop in Manhattan, New York City, U.S., February 7, 2022. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly/File Photo

(Reuters) – A hacker launched gameplay from Take-Two (NASDAQ:) Interactive Software Inc’s Grand Theft Auto VI in among the most significant leakages in video gaming history, Bloomberg News reported on Sunday.

Dozens of genuine, pre-release videos from GTA VI – of break-ins, gunplay and open-world driving – were published on an online message board over the weekend, media reports stated.

The hacker likewise published a message looking for to “negotiate a deal” and asked Rockstar Games or moms and dad business Take-Two to call them, according to the Bloomberg report.

Rockstar Games, a computer game studio owned by Take-Two, is the designer of Grand Theft Auto, among the very popular videogame franchises of perpetuity.

Take-Two Interactive did not react to a Reuters ask for remark outside routine organization hours.

The fiercely expected GTA VI is approximated to produce $3.5 billion of reservations at launch and approximately $2 billion each year afterwards, according to Bank of America (NYSE:).

The release might provide a much-needed increase to the U.S. video gaming business, which anticipate weak yearly sales in August in an indication that a thin slate of significant releases and alleviating COVID-19 curbs have actually checked the market’s pandemic-era boom.

The video gaming market, thought about by some experts as “recession proof”, has actually begun to see some weak point as inflation-hit customers control costs on home entertainment.


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