GTA 6 Leaked Gameplay Footage Reveals Characters, Locations and More

GTA 6 leaked gameplay footage confirms Vice City's location, vehicles, characters, weapons and more!


Tons of alleged Grand Theft Auto 6 footage has leaked on the internet, disclosing the game’s two main characters, a robbery, and much more. A total of 90 videos purporting to be early, work-in-progress clips of GTA 6 were leaked by a user on GTAForums called ‘teapotuberhacker.’  These leaked clips is adding more details to the leaks that surfaced earlier on YouTube.

Grand Theft Auto VI is one of the most-anticipated games of all time as its predecessor GTA V has been the second best-selling video game globally. It has sold billions of copies, received honours from critics and fans alike, and has served as a cultural icon for the gaming industry for almost a decade. The stakes are high, and fans are eager for the game for a long time.

The above-leaked footage of GTA 6 unveils one female character robing the diner, while the player is given an amount of time before the cops arrive to steal money and take the hostages. When the cops arrive, a female character accompanied by a male character (named Lucia and Jason) snatches one of their vehicles and is instructed to abandon them in order to carry out the mission.

One may think that all this is fake, but the community has never seen such massive and detailed leaks earlier. A total of 90 videos of a game, that is still in development is pretty unusual, especially for such a big upcoming title. Based on one clip in a strip club, the game is expected to have extremely dense crowds.

Another video shows a character moving with a pistol in their hand and a rifle on their back, inferring that Rockstar will use the Red Dead Redemption 2 supply chain, which only allows you to carry two firearms at a time. Preceding GTA games allowed you to carry an entire arsenal in an unknown pocket, but that could change with this new instalment.

It also should be noted that some of the leaked footage is dated back to 2021, and if they’re genuine, they represent a development process for a game that won’t be released for years. GTA Forums users are currently on a debate whether these footage clips are authentic or not, so players should take this with a pinch of salt. The leak makes up roughly 52 minutes of footage. To view the entire thing on YouTube, you can view part one here and then part two here.