GTA 6 has been on the rumor mill for quite some time now. Gamers just got confirmation from Rockstar about the game being under development. Since then, rumors and leaks have been flooding social media. Most of these leaks and rumors have no credibility. No word from Rockstar is actually adding more fuel to the fire.
Popular leaker BOCOBOCACO, who is famous for false news and leaks, is now looking in RDR 2's way. The leaker said that the game has a remaster or remake that is set to be announced this year. This article attempts to decode this so-called leak.
Erratic GTA 6 leaker says a RDR 2 remake/remaster will be announced soon, fans refuse to take bait
This tweet from BOCO has been making the rounds on social media of late. It says the legendary fan-favorite game has a remaster/remake on the way.
BOCO is unsure whether it's a remaster to remake, and he specifies that. He also said the game will be announced this year and released in the second quarter of 2023.
That's not all, but BOCO made sure to plug a GTA 6 leak as well. He said the announcement is just a few months away, and so is a trailer.
BOCO has an appalling track record as far as leaks are concerned. He has almost been proven wrong each time. He has garnered a following for that exact reason.
In April, BOCO was sure the RDR 2 Remaster would be announced the following month. In his latest tweet, though, he contradicts himself.
The user above pointed out that the 'leaker' contradicts himself within the same tweet. BOCO says it's a 'very reliable source' and tells people to take it with 'a pinch of salt.' Why is there a need for salt when the source is so reliable?
This user hit the nail right on the head with this tweet. Unfortunately for the GTA leaker, this can be said for all his previous attempts, which can be categorized as clickbait, and OG fans can see right through it.
The above user also got in a hilarious reply. This seems to be the direction BOCO will soon make way for, given his track record and reputation.
They called him out straight away and pointed out that the picture was sourced from a website that sells digital maps.
When it comes to leaks and rumors, the credibility of the source should be checked first. Secondly, there is a shred of factual detail and logic behind every piece of information.
A genuine leaker does not have to prove themselves over and over again. They also do not need to block other users from posting on their page. Sadly, all this goes against BOCO.