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  • Published on:  Sunday, August 11, 2019
  • Video game secrets are leaked all of the time, but some become huge and blow up. Here are some crazy examples.Subscribe for more: http://youtube.com/gameranxtv
  • Source: https://youtu.be/WRb-YpONkxk


  • JackDeMan


     7 days ago +1182

    Leaks can cause MAJOR DAMAGE! That's why I use the power of flex tape to stop leaks fast!

  • sinnerslight


     7 days ago +957

    For the ones that signed an NDA and got in trouble for talking their flaps. Well that's their fault. I get everyone here has the "companies are evil" mentality. But if u can't keep ur mouth shut. Don't go signing legal contracts and shit. Dipshits. They got what they deserved. Whether it be sued or banned.

  • Mister Bubbel

    Mister Bubbel

     7 days ago +610

    If you sign a NDA and you break the NDA you’re gonna face consequences. Isn’t that crazy?

  • MadHat.


     7 days ago +419

    2K: "sends goons to a leaker"
    Valve: "Hold My Swat Team"

  • MINI Revise

    MINI Revise

     7 days ago +173

    A couple of copies of Kingdom Hearts 3 were leaked out a month before release and the guy who leaked them was stupid enough to sell them on his own Facebook account

  • quintan bacchus

    quintan bacchus

     7 days ago +264

    If u sign an nda and you tell someone yes you will be sued

  • ThatUndeadLegacy


     5 days ago +9

    Epic games, sues people for leaking, doesn't get sued for leaking thousands of peoples details.

  • Dex Luther

    Dex Luther

     7 days ago +197

    I was working at WB Games as a tester for MK11. A guy from our very office got fired because he was generally a huge ass to everyone. A few weeks later there was a massive leak of cell phone images and stuff about the game onto reddit. We were able to look at the images and figure out exactly where the pictures were taken based off stuff in the background. Turns out the images were taken at or around the seat where the guy that got fired used to sit.
    Don't know what happened after that. There was a huge meeting about it and we were told we were no longer allowed to keep our cell phones on our desks. That was one of the advantages of working there. We were allowed to have out cellphones on our desk so we could keep them plugged in. It was also generally accepted to check or answer messages if we needed to. Some like myself had been there long enough and trusted to even use our phones as tools during testing. I often used Google Translate through my phones camera to translate menus and stuff in real time when I had to test in certain languages.
    It sucks that one disgruntled person can ruin all that for everyone.

  • The Archard

    The Archard

     7 days ago +75

    That's why you signed the NDA, buddy. Take those lumps.

  • John Powell

    John Powell

     7 days ago +10

    My biggest leaks occur when I am drinking beer while playing games that cannot be paused.

  • CarimboHanky


     7 days ago +94

    before i watch this i have a feeling we gonna get a lot of TakeTwo mentions on this one...



     7 days ago +208

    Sometimes it's best to just come out and tell the truth even if it hurts.

  • Travis


     7 days ago +81

    The contents on fire lately
    Much appreciation to Jake and Falcon. This channel is better than IGN

  • Lucian Andries

    Lucian Andries

     7 days ago +74

    The biggest leak was Half-Life 3! Oh wait...

  • GoldMan27


     7 days ago +42

    Hearing about the title, my mind instantly flashed to when Star Wars Battlefront III's internal trailer was leaked to the world in 2008. An employee at Free Radical Design (a studio that was actually acquired by Crytek and renamed Crytek UK shortly after this), recorded and uploaded the trailer of the game to YouTube, and as a result, the entire project came crashing down. LucasArts got involved, canceled the game (even though it was apparently "99% complete"), and FRD filed for bankruptcy shortly afterward.
    Granted, the leaked prototypes and such have been slowly leaked out over the past decade, so it's not totally impossible to play the game really, but still, a shame it never happened. :(

  • Kegan Gowen

    Kegan Gowen

     7 days ago +10

    No video game leak has caused more damage than The Order: 1886.
    As soon as it was leaked early everyone found out how short the actual game was itself, as well as how little gameplay was actually in the game.
    This caused thousands of people to cancel their pre-orders, and caused tens of thousands more to not purchase the game at its release.
    Due to the entire game being leaked on YouTube caused irreparable damage to its sales numbers, and review scores.

  • Ben


     7 days ago +30

    Dam do people nowadys not understand how contracts and NDAs work?

  • Mark Pat Joe Bill Dinosaur

    Mark Pat Joe Bill Dinosaur

     7 days ago +5

    Borderlands 3 details REEEEEEEEEEE
    Leaking and showing an ENTIRE CONSOLE BEFORE THE OFFICAL RELEASE AND LEAK oh that's fine

  • KamiYugi


     7 days ago +20

    I've seen you guys at 325K and now I'm seeing you guys at 5.1MILLION

  • ItchyMinty


     4 hours ago

    I was part of that VMC/GBTN session and remember that email very well, everything got clamped down so quick, it bordered on being impressive.