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Hackers have stolen a wealth of data from gaming giants EA

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Electronic Arts (EA) and made out with a wealth of data, reports Motherboard.EA is the publisher of a range of titles, including the forthcoming Battlefield 2042, popular football franchise FIFA and even The Sims.

The hackers have taken to underground hacking forums to brag about their successful attack, and have also claimed to have made off with the source code for FIFA 21, in addition to the source code for EA’s proprietary Frostbite engine and a host of tools, software development kits and frameworks.This claimed 780gb haul is substantial, and seems to be as similarly wide-reaching as the cyber-attack on CD Prokect Red which saw The Witcher 3 and Cyberpunk 2077 source codes leak out onto the internet.Currently, the hackers appear to be.

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