After a group of hackers hijacked Apex Legend‘ playlist, Rebirth Developers screamed and responded to the hackers, saying that their efforts “have no value.”
After Respawn’s battle royale Apex Legends became the victim of a large-scale hacking attack, the hacker drew attention to the Titanfall hacking during the U.S. holiday weekend. A developer from the studio revealed that the attack did not yield any results- Just let the team work overtime unnecessarily.
Head of Communications at Respawn Ryan K. Rigney pointed out on Twitter“When I discovered the Apex hack, I was holding my newborn nephew. I had to hand him back to work and missed a day with my family.”
“Also: Sunday’s attack is related to the propaganda activities that we have publicly acknowledged… The problem is not awareness. Especially DDoSing is just a difficult problem to solve. It’s really difficult,” he continued.
“The team has never stopped working on DDoS solutions. Anti-cheating is just a never-ending war against the mole. In terms of DDoS, we will solve this problem. When we do, I promise you that it won’t be because of Hackers “make us aware” by sabotaging the holidays. They didn’t get anything of value.”
There is a clear sense of frustration in his words-why not? In any work you are engaged in, if there is no clear and direct solution, it is not ideal to start to solve the problem. Respawn’s Titanfall game fix delay There are some complicated reasons behind
Of course, a cursory look at the replies to any of Ringley’s tweets is not sympathetic enough. Hope this attack will not ruin the things of developers and people who just want to play games! – once again.
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