Early builds of games shared by Developers after GTA 6 Leaks

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Soon after work-in-progress GTA 6 footage was leaked, various users across social media began criticising Rockstar for the game’s rough state and unfinished visuals. This in turn has led to many developers sharing how games actually work. Leading to various games and their Early versions being shared with all to show how Game development actually works. This has been awesome as someone who was always curious about how the game-making process works. This article is going to showcase a few of all the games shared.

control by Remedy Entertainment

The Lead Designer of Control, Paul Ehreth (@bacon_sanwich) stated “Since graphics are the first thing finished in a video game, and CONTROL won multiple awards for excellence in graphics, here is footage from the beginning of development :)”

Sniper Elite 5 by Flix Interactive

Back 4 Blood by Turtle Rock Studios

Cult of the Lamb by Massive Monsters

IXION by Kasedo Games

Frostpunk by 11 Bit Studios

Sea of Thieves by Rare Ltd.

This is actually a Unity engine build of the game for testing but case in point.

Outriders by “People Can Fly”

A Plague Tale: Requiem by Asobo Studio

Destiny(2014) from Bungie

Halo: Infinite from 343 Industries

Greak: Memories of Azur from Navegante Games

Overwatch from Blizzard Entertainment

Horizon: Zero Dawn by Guerrilla Games

Snake Pass by Sumo Digital

Sackboy: A Big Adventure by Sumo Digital

Streets of Rage 4 from Lizard Cube

Deliver Us The Moon by KeokeN Interactive

Broken Pieces by Elseware Experience

Project-Hel from One More Level

Last of Us from naughty Dog

Halo 3: ODST from Bungie

God of War from Santa Monica Studio

Detroit: Become Human from Quantic Dream

Uncharted 4 from Naughty Dog

Grounded from Obsidian Entertainment

These are just a few of many. To see more go to the following thread from Insider Gaming.

The best thing to come out of the GTA 6 leak is all this behind the scene footage. It is fascinating to see how our favourite games and media are made.


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