Take-Two takes down ‘Goat Simulator 3’ advert exhibiting leaked ‘GTA 6’ footage

GTA writer Take-Two Interactive have issued a takedown discover after Goat Simulator 3 launched an advert which confirmed footage from September’s Grand Theft Auto 6 (GTA 6) leak.

Developer Coffee Stain‘s promotional video for the sequel to the primary Goat Simulator gave an outline of an NPC named Shaun however included B-roll footage of the GTA 6 leak.

Set on the island of San Angora, Goat Simulator 3 has seven multiplayer minigames that may be performed seamlessly as soon as found and unlocked. These embody: King of the Hill, The Floor is Lava, Car Derby, Prop Hunt, Headplat, Hoofball and Prop Golf.

In the brand new video, Shaun was superimposed into GTA 6 footage, ensuing within the advert being taken down shortly after going dwell.

Back in September, an enormous leak noticed over 90 movies and screenshots from GTA 6 floor on-line, following a reported hack.

Rockstar 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 live game services nor any long-term effect on the development of our ongoing projects.”

GTA 6 leak is legitimate
Grand Theft Auto 5. Credit: Rockstar Games.

In September, a 17-year-old from the UK denied utilizing his telephone as a software to achieve entry to Rockstar’s non-public recordsdata and servers in a courtroom listening to. The choose referred the case to the next courtroom the place it’s but to have a date confirmed for a listening to.

Last month, Strauss Zelnick, the CEO of Take-Two Interactive, described the leak as “terribly disappointing”.

“With regards to the leak, it was terribly unfortunate, and we take those sorts of incidents very seriously indeed,” he stated. “There’s no evidence that any material assets were taken, which is a good thing, and certainly the leak won’t have any influence on development or anything of the sort.”

“It is terribly disappointing, and causes us to be ever more vigilant on matters relating to cybersecurity,” Zelnick concluded.

In different gaming information, it has been introduced that Sifu, the acclaimed Kung-fu brawler, shall be launched for Steam and Xbox consoles in March 2023.

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