Ready or Not Developer's Full Source Code Stolen Along with 4TB of Data
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Ready or Not Developer's Full Source Code Stolen Along with 4TB of Data

Nathan Lees
Nathan Lees

According to Insider Gaming, over 4TB of Ready or Not data was stolen, including more than 2.1 million files. The ransom group responsible for the breach claimed access to the data back in March, but Void Interactive has not officially acknowledged the security incident.

Insider Gaming has had a firsthand look at the stolen data, which includes the complete source code of Ready or Not, console builds for PlayStation and Xbox, and performance test results. They even saw images of the game running on a PlayStation 4 test kit using the breached builds.

However, the good news is that personal information of players and staff members at Void does not seem to have been compromised. The breach appears to be focused solely on the game itself, which is a relief for those involved.

Insider Gaming has contacted Void Interactive for a statement, and they will update their story here if more information becomes available.


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