Hackers have stolen very valuable information from the publisher of video games Electronic Arts (EA) the company announced.
The attackers have managed to download the source code of games like FIFA 21 and the Frostbite engine used in some high profile games.
EA said no player information was stolen. The news was first reported by Vice with nearly 780GB of stolen data.
The company is one of the biggest creators of a world of video games with titles like Battlefield, Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order, The Sims and Titanfall.
By stealing the source code, hackers can use it to hack various parts of products. Frostbite, which hackers claim to have the source code, is a powerful tool for creating dozens of video games from FIFA to Battlefield.
Hackers can already create various manipulative codes and hacks for games. / PCWorld Albanian