Grand Theft Auto VI leaks:
A development build of Grand Theft Auto VI has been shown off now in over 90 videos. A leaker by the name of teapotuberhacker on the GTA forums posted this:
As of writing, internet sleuths have seemingly uncovered the identities of 2 of the games protagonists “Lucia” and “Jason”, as well as their relationship with one another. Lucia and James are said to be in a romantic relationship ala Bonnie and Clyde. Committing crimes being one of their favorite past-times.
Taking place in what looks like an updated Vice City (which had been previously speculated), we can expect to see more GTA style shenanigans take place in a Miami-like atmosphere we all came to know and love in GTA: Vice City.
Rockstar since, has confirmed the legitimacy of the leaks in an official Twitter post:
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