British police have detained a 17-year-old hacking suspect. The arrest is reportedly related to the Rockstar Games hack that led to the massive leak of Grand Theft Auto VI. The man may also have been involved in the Uber break-in. From the report: According to journalist Matthew Keys’ sources, the arrest was the result of an investigation involving the City of London Police, the UK’s National Cyber ​​Crime Unit and the FBI. Keys said police and/or the FBI will release more details about the arrest later today. The City of London Police told Engadget that they “have no further information to share at this stage.”

The GTA VI leak is undeniably one of the biggest in video game history. Over the weekend, a hacker shared tons of footage from a test build of the game, which is one of the most anticipated games. Rockstar, which tends to keep tight tabs on the development process, confirmed on Monday that the leak was legitimate. It said the incident would not affect work on the game and that it would “properly introduce” fans to the next title in the blockbuster series when it’s ready.

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