“Explaining ‘GTA 6 Leaks Rockstar Hacker’ Reportedly Seeking “Bargain”.”
Following GTA 6 disclosures, the leaker is negotiating with Rockstar Games.
GTA 6 leaked people, cars, and a returning locale lately.
Take-Two Interactive has begun DMCAing previous material, although most of it has already been leaked.
Now, that leaker wants to “negotiate a deal” with Rockstar Games.
Over 90 game clips leak online.
Teapotuberhacker released a ZIP file to GTAForums.com with over 90 videos of GTA 6 preview build gameplay.
“Hi, here are 90 clips from GTA 6.” It’s probable I might release more material soon, GTA 5 and 6 source code and assets, GTA 6 testing build,” he said, providing contact details at the conclusion.
Although unverified by Rockstar or Take-Two, the gameplay footage appear to validate earlier leaks, such as a female protagonist.
More GTA 6 leaks are verified by a hacker.
Members of the GTA 6 community were suspicious of the leak, so the hacker posted further evidence to prove it was real.
Hacker leaked GTA 5 and GTA 6 source code images.
Finally, the hacker shared additional photographs and videos of incomplete textures and models.
Brief films depict male and female protagonists stealing a cafe, the main character conversing with NPCs, and touring a strip club.
Rockstar wants to contact a GTA 6 hacker.
As the breach gathered momentum online, Take-Two Interactive issued DMCA takedowns.
Teapotuberhacker amended their initial forum post to say, “This went viral unexpectedly, woke up to 3000 Telegram DMs.” if you’re a Rockstar or Take2 employee attempting to reach me… I’ll attempt to read all these replies shortly — I’m negotiating a contract.”
According to Tom Henderson on Twitter, a Rockstar or Take-Two employee contacted the hacker.
A couple of GTA 6 leak updates:— Tom Henderson (@_Tom_Henderson_) September 18, 2022
– The hacker has requested that someone from Rockstar/Take-Two contact them after going "unexpectedly viral"
– Take-Two has started to DMCA footage
I'll continue to update this as a thread as more information comes out. pic.twitter.com/vIymD1XGWv
A person pretending to be a Rockstar/Take-Two employee managed to speak with the hacker.— Tom Henderson (@_Tom_Henderson_) September 18, 2022
He once again states he has source code and told him that the "IT team can check the logs" for proof.
Via – @JohnHey04839690 pic.twitter.com/apsK93ldpi
The hacker has now said that he will sell GTA 5's source code and assets and will not accept any offers under 5 figures.— Tom Henderson (@_Tom_Henderson_) September 18, 2022
GTA 6 source code is "not for sale at this moment" #GTA6 pic.twitter.com/kHz9w1Xp43
During their communication, the hacker said they “had GTA 5 and GTA 6” source code and assets and were asking for a deal to avoid future disclosures.
When pressed for evidence, the hacker urged the impostor to “check the logs.”
Another exchange said the hacker would sell GTA 5 source code and assets for 5 figures. They also declared GTA 6’s source code is “not for sale.”
Apparently, Fraudulent blockchain transactions have been made to get GTA 5’s source code.
Someone trying to acquire the source code “lost $100K by impersonating the hacker,” according to Tom Henderson and videotech_ on Twitter.
Multiple parties have offered to buy the hacker’s source code, but no deal has yet been reached.
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