GTA 6 Leaks: Rockstar Games Turns Off Social Media Comments
GTA 6 Leaks
Following the GTA 6 leaks, Rockstar Games has gone to some defensive lengths on social media. Last weekend, an anonymous programmer asserted responsibility for breaching Rockstar Games‘ networks and released 90 gameplay videos of Grand Theft Auto VI. The hole was massive as Rockstar has only momentarily recognized that it’s working on another Grand Theft Auto, however hasn’t uncovered some other details about it. The break uncovered the game’s two protagonists, the setting, new gameplay features, missions, and a whole lot more. It was a devastating release and one that incited Rockstar Games to respond and reassure fans that affecting the game’s development is not normal. The programmer also guaranteed responsibility for a new Uber security break and the FBI is currently investigating the matter.
Today, Rockstar Games released its usual week by week update for GTA Online with various bonuses, discounts, and other small additions and changes, only this time, there was a slight distinction. Rockstar Games switched off the comments for its post about this new update on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Various Rockstar Games employees have also locked their social media accounts, ensuring nobody can see their profile unless they’re as of now following them. This seems to be a result of individuals spamming spilled videos, images, and other related comments under the posts of both Rockstar Games legitimate and its employees. While employees are allowed to do as they please, it’s muddled how long Rockstar will lock its social media represent.
Perhaps this will last until the game has a legitimate uncover and fans will actually want to focus on that instead of unfinished film. Be that as it may, we have no clue about when Rockstar is planning to show off any recording of the game. It very well may be weeks, months, or even one year from now as there’s no ongoing table for this title right now. Either way, it seems that the designer is doing everything it can to attempt to create some distance from the leaks.
What do you think of the way Rockstar Games is handling the situation?