Uber Hacker Claims To Have Hacked Rockstar Games, Releases GTA 6 Video


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Hot on the heels of the Uber hacking incident last week, someone claiming to be the hacker behind it now says Rockstar Games has been hacked.

As evidence of this, videos of Grand Theft Auto (GTA) 6, which is still in the early stages of development, have been leaked and published online.



The hacker, using a handle of teapotuberhacker and posting to the GTAForums fan forum, claimed to have gained access to Rockstar Games' 


Slack server and also its team-working Confluence wiki. As well as making claims to be the same 'Tea Pot' hacker who was behind the Uber incident 


the threat actor says they had gained access to both GTA 5 and GTA 6 source code along with other assets. To back this up 


The news comes through a major leak, a hacker who calls himself 'teapotuberhacker' on the internet has leaked over 90 videos of the gameplay of GTA 6 


The leaked gameplay videos also show NPCs being more interactive than GTA 5, upgraded GFX, and more.