Rockstar seemingly improving their security since GTA 6 leak

Unsurprisingly, there are reports claiming that Rockstar plans to invest more in its security as the recent GTA 6 leak revealed a slew of never-before-seen footage. It was a mega leak like no other for this highly anticipated game. Rockstar is notorious for keeping things under wraps, so it’s no surprise they weren’t happy with this incident.

So the idea that they invest more in their security is believable. This is the same company that was “extremely disappointed” to see the details of the next game shown like this. However, players must know that this company has several other vacancies in addition to a security-related position.


Rockstar Games is investing more in security since the massive GTA 6 leak

Rockstar Games will invest a lot more in security. They are currently looking for a very experienced Investigation Analyst. The job is listed on @HitmarkerJobs .A source tells me this is just the beginning. “This can never happen again.” is basically the motto of R* now.

If readers would like to see every Rockstar Games job posted on Hitmarker Jobs, here is a hyperlink:

The main job that arouses the interest of some journalists is the position of “Investigation Analyst”. A job description reads as follows:

“The successful candidate works to ensure that our games and services are fun for our players by defending themselves against scammers, hackers, exploiters and all other troublemakers. If you consider yourself an expert and advocate for open source intelligence, various types of research, monitoring and reporting on specific topics, then this might be the job for you.”

The job was first published on June 10, 2022 but was recently updated on September 23, 2022. Because of this, readers may have seen various media outlets covering Rockstar trying to ramp up its security since the massive GTA 6 leak.


Other occupations

This tweet about GTA 6 became Rockstar’s most liked tweet in history. It confirmed the leak was legitimate, along with her disappointment at its revelation. Still, the notion that they just want to improve their security is a bit misleading. Hitmarker Jobs lists the following jobs, all of which are updated around the same timeframe as the much-discussed Investigation Analyst position:

  • Lead Audio Designer
  • Audio Designer
  • UI Tools Programmer (all levels)
  • Linux systems engineer
  • Motion capture R&D developer
  • Technical game designer
  • Senior Environmental Artist
  • Data Quality Analyst
  • Online Linux system administrator
  • Graphics programmer (all levels)
  • NOC engineer

All of these jobs have been updated within an hour of the Investigation Analyst position. The first three on this list were actually updated after the security job mentioned above. It’s worth noting that in the midst of big projects, big video game companies are regularly looking for new employees.

GTA 6 currently has no known release date and has not yet been officially unveiled. Players must wait until such a date is announced.


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Edited by Alan Sahbegovic

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