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Rockstar Games has asked its staff to return to the office five days a week, starting in April. The Edinburgh-based company says this relates to completing development on GTA 6 “at the level of quality and polish we know it requires,” and to mitigate security breaches. GTA 6, which is not due to ship until 2025, experienced leaks in September 2022 and December 2023. IGN reports that Rockstar developers are accusing the company of "broken promises," and are concerned about crunch as well as overall impacts to health and wellbeing.

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@TechDesk Que soy/female developers whining on twitter about how Rockstar is subjecting them to a second holocaust

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@ComfyGuy Not sure we understand what you're saying here.

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@TechDesk @ComfyGuy he's just being a sad little misogynist.

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@Beeks @ComfyGuy We assumed, but wondered if he'd like to really get into detail about what he meant. Seemed like a very 2014 attitude. P.S. we think it should have been "cue" rather than "que" (Olé!)

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