Rockstar Games was hacked again, and GTA 5 source code was posted online

by nativetechdoctor
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Rockstar Games continues to fall victim to cyber-attacks and data leaks.

According to Gadget360, Rockstar Games has once again become the focus of the world gaming industry, when rumors spread about the complete source code of the best-selling game of all time Grand Theft Auto 5 (GTA 5) along with sensitive documents. Another sensor has leaked.

Just a few days after the 18-year-old hacker who stole and distributed GTA 6 data was sentenced by a US court to be detained in a mental hospital indefinitely, Rockstar Games continues to face another storm.

Accordingly, YouTuber SKizzleAXE posted on social network X (Twitter) several screenshots believed to be evidence of the leak, including the entire GTA 5 source code showing the entire original map of the game, clues about the ‘Project Americas’ project that was set for GTA 6 project and the GTA Tokyo PS2 that was canceled.

Most notably, the appearance of files related to the game Bully 2, sparked hopes of releasing a sequel to the game that has been attached to many generations of gamers in 2006. In 2018, There were reports that Bully 2 would be released that year, but so far Rockstar Games has not made any official announcement.

Gaming Detective (@that1detectiv3) on GTA 6. Currently, Rockstar Games has not made any official comments.

This leak took place after a shocking event in the gaming industry in September 2022, when teenage hacker Arion Kurtaj posted more than 90 gameplay videos of GTA 6 online, this is considered the largest leak in game history. Last week, this hacker was sentenced to indefinite detention in a mental hospital.

The latest leak deals a blow to Rockstar Games, raising many questions about the company’s cybersecurity capabilities and the future of the company’s anticipated game projects. The gaming community is still waiting for an official response from the developer and following the further developments of the incident.

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