This weekend there has been a stir in the video game community due to an alleged leak of what is presumed to be gameplay material from the anticipated Grand Theft Auto 6. If confirmed, it would be the second leak suffered during this development. This leak occurred just before the official reveal of the game, scheduled for December 5, 2023, that is, in two days.

The video, which was initially uploaded by TikTok user @azzarossi, has sparked both interest and skepticism among fans and experts. Although this user has made his account private, the footage has quickly circulated on platforms such as Twitter, generating a heated debate about the authenticity and implications of said leak.

The authenticity of the leaked footage has been a topic of intense discussion. Attempts have been made to verify the legitimacy of these images, but so far they have not been able to confirm their origin. What has drawn attention is that online comparisons have revealed notable similarities to previously leaked material from the game, which could indicate that the footage is genuine or, alternatively, that someone has created a convincing fake based on previous leaks.

The situation is further complicated by the fact that the image uploaded by the user as proof of his claim appears to be original on the Internet. However, this does not rule out the possibility that it was generated by artificial intelligence or edited in some way to appear authentic. Although there have been claims online about legal action by Rockstar Games, such as copyright claims against the footage, which could be a clue to the authenticity of the material.

The nature of the leak has led some to speculate that it could be an elaborate hoax. The fact that the original user has privatized their account instead of deleting it or being suspended adds a layer of mystery to the matter. This action could be interpreted as a measure to avoid negative attention or as an indication that the leak is nothing more than a joke or a well-executed setup.

Several international media suggest that this TikTok user is a friend of the son of Aaron Garbut, the head of development at Rockstar North (or they may come from the son himself). The images are an aerial view where you can see structures reminiscent of the iconic buildings of Vice City, and it is evident that the game is still in a development stage, judging by what is shown.

Among the most interesting rumors is the claim that GTA 6’s map will be significantly larger than GTA V’s Los Santos, with three main cities and four sub-cities. These details suggest enormous scale and ambition on the part of Rockstar Games for their next title. There is also talk that 70% of the buildings would be open and could be entered.

Likewise, the new Grand Theft Auto 6 leaks would also have revealed the date that Rockstar Games would be looking to reach. It seems that the company wants to publish it in autumn 2024, although it is not guaranteed due to the possibility of delays, since judging by the supposedly leaked images, there would still be some work to do. Depending, of course, on the authenticity of the images being confirmed and everything that the first official trailer for GTA 6 from Rockstar Games may reveal.

In September 2022, GTA 6 was affected by a massive and unprecedented leak, considered one of the largest in the history of video games. More than 90 videos and screenshots of an in-development alpha version of the game appeared online, a leak that was later acknowledged and authenticated by Rockstar.

It revealed significant details about the game, including a much larger map than GTA V, fueling rumors that the game would span multiple cities in the United States. Furthermore, in one of the leaked videos, the protagonist was shown taking a police vehicle with the inscription “VCPD” on the back, suggesting that a part of the game would take place in Vice City, just like the released GTA title. in 2002. These details not only raised expectations among fans, but also highlighted information security issues and the potential impact on the game’s development.