‘GTA 6’ writer says leak “received’t have any affect on improvement”
The huge Grand Theft Auto 6 (GTA 6) leak in September has been known as “terribly disappointing” by Strauss Zelnick, the CEO of GTA writer Take-Two Interactive.
Again in September, an enormous leak noticed over 90 movies and screenshots from GTA 6 floor on-line, following a reported hack. from an information mine simply viewable on-line.
Now, Zelnick has spoken throughout an earnings name relating to the way forward for the sport (by way of, VGC).
“With reference to the leak, it was terribly unlucky, and we take these types of incidents very severely certainly,” he stated. “There’s no proof that any materials belongings had been taken, which is an efficient factor, and definitely the leak received’t have any affect on improvement or something of the kind.”
That is constructive information for followers of the collection who’ve been keen for an additional installment since 2013’s Grand Theft Auto 5. “It’s terribly disappointing, and causes us to be ever extra vigilant on issues regarding cybersecurity,” Zelnick concluded.
Rockstar Video games had beforehand confirmed that the leak was reliable however that it wouldn’t trigger any delays to the schedule or improvement of the sport. Rockstar shared that it didn’t anticipate “any disruption to our dwell recreation providers nor any long-term impact on the event of our ongoing initiatives.”
In September, a 17-year-old from the UK denied utilizing his cellphone as a instrument to realize entry to Rockstar’s personal recordsdata and servers in a court docket listening to. The choose referred the case to the next court docket the place it’s but to have a date confirmed for a listening to.
In different gaming information, Activision CEO Bobby Kotick has donated $50,000 (£43,500) to controversial Republican Congressman Mike Garcia, it has been reported.