Sony Confirms: Grand Theft Auto V Files Leaked, Now Plugged

In a blog entry posted last night, Sony confirmed that pre-order versions of Grand Theft Auto V let people access songs and other assets from the game ahead of launch.

Yesterday, we posted that songs from Grand Theft Auto V might have leaked. Overnight, in a post on the European Playstation blog, head of communications for SCEE, Nick Caplin confirmed it.

“Regrettably, some people who downloaded the digital pre-order of Grand Theft Auto V through the PlayStation Store in Europe were able to access certain GTA V assets. These assets were posted online,” the post said.

Sony has now removed the digital pre-order file, and has apologised to Grand Theft Auto fans and to Rockstar for the spoilers being revealed.

Grand Theft Auto V is released on September 17.

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