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Rockstar Games Blocks Social Media Replies After Hacking Incident

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Grand Theft Auto 6 developer Rockstar Games is blocking replies on Twitter. While the company hasn’t given a reason for this decision, it comes not long after the massive leak of the next Grand Theft Auto game.On September 18, an apparent hacker leaked numerous videos, assets, and even some of the code from the upcoming Grand Theft Auto 6.

Rockstar Games quickly began pulling the leaked content on copyright grounds, later confirming that the leaks were genuine.Accused Grand Theft Auto 6 Hacker Being Investigated By FBIRockstar announced two new cars and a variety of events and changes for Grand Theft Auto Online.

The developer announced the latest content over Twitter but took the unusual step of blocking replies. A glance through Rockstar’s Twitter history confirms that the company only started doing so after Rockstar Games acknowledged the hack in a statement on Monday.

And while a single tweet hardly constitutes a trend, it seems very likely that the two events are related.In the statement on Monday, Rockstar explained that the studio suffered a network intrusion orchestrated by a third party.

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