CAPCOM Network Systems Gets Issued Caused by Unauthorized Access from Third Party


Game company CAPCOM has recently reported that some of its group’s network systems have been experiencing issues since November 2.

The cause of the issues comes from the unauthorized access from a third party. This has caused some of the internal network operations to stop. The game company has now made their own investigations while cooperating with the authorities. They are now restoring the internal systems as we speak.

CAPCOM has apologized to the stakeholders for the internal network outage, but has assured the customers that there was no breach on their side of the network. Everyone can still gain access to the official websites and game servers and no customer information was compromised, which was a big relief.

There were no reports that upcoming games that they are developing like Resident Evil Village and Devil May Cry Special Edition have been compromised in the ordeal. Apparently, they are safe and hopefully still ongoing on development.

Source: CAPCOM translated by Siliconera