Leaked GTA 6 footage in Goat Simulator 3 taken down by Take-Two Interactive

Coffee Stain North should know by now that Take-Two Interactive doesn't play around.

You could say that Coffee Stain North prides itself on trolling fans. After all, you'd have to have a pretty mischievous mind to come up with a game that's basically about putting the players in the shoes of a goat who's out and wreaking havoc all over the city. Even though such antics are par for the course for the long-time Goat Simulator developers, there is such a thing as taking things too far. Case in point, ribbing Take-Two Interactive, and Rockstar Games.

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We're surprised Take-Two Interactive isn't taking more drastic actions if only to teach the Goat Simulator devs a lesson.

The fan-favorite video game developer, Rockstar, don't joke around when it comes to their games, especially the holding company that owns it, Take-Two. There's a reason why the massive GTA 6 leak from months ago was covered up relatively quickly.

So, you can only imagine just how fast Take-Two and Rockstar will move when someone purposefully re-uploads the leaked GTA 6 footage online. This is exactly what Coffee Stain North did with Goat Simulator 3. A recent ad for the recently-released sandbox adventure game included GTA 6 gameplay from the leaked video, with the ad going as far as to poke fun at the predicament by saying that the clip is from "footage that was leaked a couple of months ago."

As much as you'd love to commend Coffee Stain North's attempt at humor, this sort of stuff just won't fly with Take-Two.

The ad is no longer available, which implies Take-Two issued a DMCA notice to have it taken off the face of the internet.

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There's a time and place for joking around and unfortunately, the leaked GTA 6 footage is not something to joke about.

Speaking of GTA 6, Microsoft is expecting the next mainline GTA installment to come out in 2024.

Ray Ampoloquio
Ray is a lifelong gamer with a nose for keeping up with the latest news in and out of the gaming industry. When he's not reading, writing, editing, and playing video games, he builds and repairs computers in his spare time. You can find Ray on Twitter.
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