Grand Theft Auto 6 developer Rockstar Games has blocked replies on Twitter. The company has not disclosed the reasons for this decision, but it comes shortly after a major leak for the upcoming Grand Theft Auto game.
On September 18th, a suspected hacker leaked numerous videos, assets, and even some code for the upcoming Grand Theft Auto 6. Rockstar Games immediately began removing the leaked content for copyright reasons, and later confirmed that the leak was genuine.
Rockstar has announced his two new cars and various events and modifications for Grand Theft Auto Online. The developer announced the latest content on Twitter, but took the unusual step of blocking replies. A look at Rockstar’s Twitter history confirms that the company initiated this after Rockstar Games confirmed the hack in a statement Monday. seems very likely to be related.
Rockstar explained that the studio suffered a network breach orchestrated by a third party.The hackers are believed to be part of the same group that targeted Uber earlier this month, and the next Grand I illegally downloaded footage showing an early development build of Theft Auto 6. Rockstar’s official statement does not confirm this, but it also claims hackers have access to the GTA 5 and GTA 6 source code.
However, it’s still unclear why Rockstar blocked replies to his latest tweet, with reactions to the developer’s previous statement on Twitter overwhelmingly positive, with most of his GTA fans believing the company expressed support for Some even commented that the leaked footage of Grand Theft Auto 6 was impressive given its decidedly unfinished state. , was not unusual for a tweet from a major game studio like Rockstar.
However, there is also no evidence that hackers published them. Rockstar claims the hack has not impacted any of his games on the live service, and Grand Theft Auto 6 development continues as planned.