After a massive GTA 6 leak saw pre-alpha footage circulate across the internet, two of the biggest Grand Theft Auto online communities have reportedly been instructed to remove any links to the content or risk being “obliterated” by Rockstar Games’ parent company Take-Two Interactive.
GTAForums (via Tom Henderson) and the Grand Theft Auto 6 subreddit page both posted messages informing users that the sites had begun complying with Take-Two. “We have been contacted by Take-Two Interactive to take down copyrighted material from GTAForums,” the GTAForums post reads. “As usual with previous games, we will be complying and this topic will be re-opened in due course. Thanks for understanding.”
Take Two has requested has the GTAforum remove the thread containing the leaked information. In addition, the hackers account now has 0 posts that are live.
Several Twitter accounts appearing to be the hacker have also popped up, but all seem to be impersonators. pic.twitter.com/6Zxb235miz
— Tom Henderson (@_Tom_Henderson_) September 19, 2022