After discovering last week that its development environment had been breached. Riot Games, the publisher, and producer of the computer games League of Legends and Valorant announced that it would postpone game patches. The LA-based game publisher revealed the incident in a thread on Twitter on Friday night and pledged to keep customers informed of any new information gleaned from an ongoing inquiry.
The business stated that a social engineering attack compromised systems earlier this week in its development environment. Although we don’t yet have all the facts, there is no proof that player data or personal information was stolen.
Riot Games further stated that the breach directly impacted their capacity to release game patch updates. “Unfortunately, this has hindered our capacity to publish content temporarily. While our teams are working diligently on a cure, we anticipate that this will affect the future patch cycle for a number of ...
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