The source of this information is a screenshot of a conversation between an anonymous user and the alleged hacker. It shows the hacker confirming they have footage and early development pictures, among others, of Bully 2 for sale.
RUMOR: There is an image circulating around of a conversation someone had with the GTA 6 hacker, in which he claims to be selling development documents & footage of the cancelled Bully 2.
This is unverified right now. pic.twitter.com/6zmbtVRkvw
— Michael (@LegacyKillaHD) September 18, 2022
Bully 2 is the sequel to Rockstar Games’ 2006 game, Bully, which never saw the light of day. There are multiple accounts of when Rockstar canceled the game, with some saying that it happened in 2009 and others claiming it happened in 2017.
Given the fact that Rockstar Games has never officially confirmed Bully 2’s development, gamers might be wont to disbelieve this rumor. However, if this is truly the hacker who was responsible for pulling off the Grand Theft Auto 6 hack, they are likely telling the truth. We should also consider a report from late last year suggesting that Rockstar meant to announce the sequel at The Game Awards 2021.
Over the weekend, the hacker leaked numerous Grand Theft Auto 6 details, mainly footage and screenshots of the game’s early build. Following the leak, which is considered the biggest in gaming history, the hacker disclosed they will sell the game’s source code to any interested person for a five-figure sum.
Unfortunately for the leaker, someone has claimed to have possession of their identity after hacking them in retaliation. If this is true, Tea Pot is facing serious legal repercussions and could very well spend time in jail.