In a deja vu moment for Rockstar Games, the fallout from last year’s colossal hack appears far from over. Over 100 GB of sensitive content spilled into the digital abyss. Now, reports are emerging that the full source code of Grand Theft Auto V (GTA 5) has been leaked, alongside fresh Python code from the highly anticipated GTA 6 and files from the canceled game, Bully 2.
Contrary to hopes that the worst was behind them, recent hours have seen a resurgence of leaked information. The magnitude of this new data dump surpasses the previous breach that laid bare extensive details about GTA 6. Previously, transactions involving critical data like GTA 5’s source code were shrouded in secrecy. However, recent reports suggest that the stolen code, originally pilfered by a teenager in a hotel room wielding nothing more than a mobile device, has now found its way onto the internet.
Bully 2 and GTA 6 Python Code
Adding to the concern, not only has the entirety of GTA 5’s source code been exposed, but every file related to Bully 2, the sequel to the 2008 hit Bully, has also been leaked. Screenshots circulating online reveal fresh Python code from GTA 6 and even provide a glimpse into the early conceptual stages of GTA 5, including an original map rendition.
The implications of this extensive leak are far-reaching. With GTA 5’s source code now openly available, there are growing apprehensions about the potential rise of sophisticated cheats within the gaming community. The accessibility of such sensitive information raises questions about the security of Rockstar Games’ projects and the potential impact on the gaming experience for millions of players.
As the story unfolds, more sources are expected to shed light on the extent of the leaked information. We will keep you posted upon receiving any further information about this. Until then let us know your thoughts about this news in the comments section below.