STALKER 2 developer suffers Russia-linked security breach: ‘We have been enduring constant cyberattacks for more than a year now’

In the morning of March 12, STALKER developer GSC Game World uploaded a statement (opens in new tab) to Twitter describing a security breach at the company. GSC lays the blame at a “community from a Russian social network,” and warns of potential leaks and spoilers for the upcoming STALKER 2. As reported by GameRant (opens in new tab), this seems to be in response to a post from the account Вестник «Того Самого Сталкера» (opens in new tab) (auto translate: “Herald of ‘The Same STALKER'”) on the Russian social media platform VK.

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GSC says that an employee “account for a collective work-with-images application was hacked,” and alludes to previous cyberattacks on the company relating to the ongoing Russian invasion of Ukraine, where GSC is based. “Our unwavering commitment to supporting our country remains unchanged⁠—we will continue to do everything possible to support Ukraine, and this won’t change in the future under any circumstances.”

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