As Gob Bluth would put it, Sony has “made a huge mistake”. The company has recently added GTA 5 to their PlayStation Store catalogue, giving the gamers an opportunity to download the game (but not play it, of course) before the actual release.
Their intentions were good, but we all know where those can lead. Some hackers have recently cracked the game’s files open, not only getting the complete track list of its music, but also accessing some spoiler-filled audio files. If you’ve managed to steer clear of spoilers, then congratulations — unfortunately, some gamers were not so lucky.
Sony is now trying their best to get these files off YouTube and other similar serives, but some damage has been already done. Hopefully, no further scandals will be connected to GTA V.