Leaked screenshots of GTA 6 get the game’s advertisement deleted by Take-Two

Grand Theft Auto V's Michael, Trevor, and Franklin are seen wearing formal clothes, holding firearms, and looking away from the camera.

Rockstar and Take-Two are still doing everything they can to contain Grand Theft Auto VI a leak.
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Goat Simulator 3 Developer Coffee Stain North ended up being supervised grand theft auto Publisher Take-Two has yet to publish an advertisement for an open-world havoc simulator that used footage from this year Grand Theft Auto VI a leak.

The video has been since removed from video platforms After a copyright claim, but those who managed to watch the video before it was removed (thanks, Eurogamer) says that the ad featured a character named Sean, who he was interviewing about working on Goat Simulator 3 And he brags about his skills in animating ragdoll physics.

However, the video took a turn when Sean talked about a job he had done abroad Goat Simulator 3, where he said, “I have other things in the pipeline, other big game worlds. You can actually see me in some of the footage that was leaked a couple of months ago.” This was followed by a clip edited from a file Grand Theft Auto VI a leak. Take-Two clearly didn’t like this, and has since removed the offensive video from the internet.

This has always been the natural conclusion of things, and now the ad can’t be shown anywhere Coffee Stain North has posted. That said, it wouldn’t be surprising if the studio actually expected this to happen and were looking for a way to get it Goat Simulator 3 A little holiday fuss. I mean, we’re writing about it here because it suddenly became newsworthy, right? The game is just over a month old and launched for PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X/S in November, but beyond the most severe case of goat disease, it hasn’t had much noise around it. In the past, the series has referred to other games in its advertisements, such as Goat Simulator 3Original ad trailer that made fun of Dead Island 2 Trailer announcement back in June.

We’ve reached out to both Coffee Stain North and Take-Two for comment on the situation.

the Grand Theft Auto VI The leak happened back in September, and was an unprecedented early look at one of the medium’s most anticipated games. Take-Two wasn’t thrilled, and he was adamant Pull as much of it as possible from the interneteven going further Lock responses on social media So people cannot share or discuss the leak on its social channels. We’ve combed through all the leaked footage and put together some juicy bits, which you can read on here.

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