Update, 5 December at 00:15 (CET): Rockstar has published the official trailer GTA 6. The progress is amazing. You can see it at the following link.
Update, December 5 at 00:05 (Central European Time): leaked trailer GTA 6 was removed from Twitter. The account on which it was published was blocked for publishing copyrighted material. As we expected, Take-Two Interactive and Rockstar Games responded quickly. However, we have no doubt that more than one person managed to support it, so it will spread to other corners of the Internet.
Leaks all around GTA 6 they don’t stop. Over the weekend, a video showing part of Vice City was shown, but it’s nothing compared to what you’ll see next. A Twitter account which was created today completely leaked the first trailer, whose official reveal was scheduled for December 5th. The material, however, is half priced because the “Buy Bitcoin” message is overexposed.
In another post, the host mentions that will share a video without a watermark when it reaches 10,000 subscribers. It is obvious that they are taking advantage of this problem to take advantage of cryptocurrency related activities. In fact, just today Bitcoin broke the $42,000 barrier for the first time in a year.
However, the leak is so urgent that Rockstar Games is likely already moving quickly to not only remove the trailer, but also immediately close the X (formerly Twitter) account. This, of course, does not prevent them from creating another one to continue achieving their goal, whatever it may be…
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