The company confirmed the case and indicated that there was no reason to consider the risks to the privacy of its users.
Unfortunately, we have to echo a new hack at a video game company. In this case, it was up to electronic arts, from which they stole a huge amount of data. as they indicate From Gateway Vice, hackers claim to have more than 780 gigabytes of information.
As explained in the aforementioned broker after receiving information from secret forums, hackers had taken data from games like Battlefield, FIFA or Los Sims. In fact, they claim to have the source code for FIFA 21 A servant of reconciliation between the two of you. In addition to the same graphics engine technology Frostbite, on which a large part of the company’s games are based, as well as development kits or building codes.
Hackers will try to sell informationFrom EA, they confirmed the cases through a spokesperson, who confirmed that they are investigating reports of hacks on their network, but also leave their users alone. “No player data accessed We have no reason to believe there is any risk to player privacy. We are actively working with law enforcement officials and other experts as part of this ongoing investigation. “
It looks like hackers have already shared some screenshots that show EA data access, although they have not distributed any internal data at this time. Although the same source apparently confirms that the hackers who committed this intrusion are already trying sell information. newly, CD Projekt RED suffered a similar hack.