GTA 6 leaks set Rockstar on Twitter record

GTA 6 had a big leak this week.

When it comes to massive “Grand Theft Auto 6” leaks, it’s hard to find a silver lining. In what could be described as the biggest gaming story in quite some time, it Rockstar Games suffered a data breach that leaked more than 3GB of development footage for a new game in the “Grand Theft Auto” series that was revealed on Sunday, giving fans GTA 6 An overview of details such as the game’s setting as well as its main characters.

Although the company broke its silence and shared that the leak shouldn’t affect the game’s development in the long run, this kind of massive breach prematurely put the upcoming game under the spotlight. For example, the leak prompted some people to make sarcastic comments about the game’s graphics, even though the game was barely finished. However, amid the negatives, there were still some notable positives.

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After it was revealed that the “Grand Theft Auto 6” leak was authentic, Rockstar ended its silence and made a statement on Twitter about the situation and how it will affect the development of the game over time. Fortunately, the unfortunate situation did not affect much. However, the company expressed its disappointment with players seeing such a big project too early.

“We are extremely disappointed to share the details of our upcoming game with all of you like this,” the statement said. “Our work on the next Grand Theft Auto will continue as planned, and we remain committed as always to delivering an experience for you, our players, that truly exceeds your expectations.” Despite its somewhat dark tone, the tweet generated so much engagement that it now holds a record.

As “GTA” YouTuber MrBossFTW pointed out in a statement Rockstar Games then GTA 6 Amassed over a million likes, the all-time record for a tweet referring to a video game. In fact, in the history of the industry, no tweet about a game has surpassed the 1 million mark. That’s a testament to how big “Grand Theft Auto 6” is, but it’s also an indication of how interested fans are in the development process.

After the leak, “The Last of Us” director. Neil Druckman, have expressed sympathy following such an intrusive data breach, which has sparked a healthy wave of developer support for Rockstar. They shoot with all these likes TwitterOne might ask what kind of competition the company’s tweet had.

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