VICE journalists learned that hackers managed to steal more than 780 gigabytes of sensitive data from Electronic Arts — even FIFA 21 sources and Frostbite, as well as toolset access (SDK). EA confirmed to the media that the attackers had indeed stolen the data and were trying to sell it. The publisher notes that all player information has not been affected, so audiences have nothing to worry about.
In addition, after the incident, the company has increased security — what happened should not affect the stability of the games themselves. EA is working with the police.
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