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A group of hackers claims to have hacked Epic Games servers and stolen data, and the company is launching an investigation

Rumor: Epic Games is working on a competing service for GamePass

The Mogilevich hacker group announced that it had hacked into Epic Games servers and stolen 189 GB of company data, which includes various personal and financial details, and the data is for sale, but this group did not provide any evidence of the validity of its claims and that it had actually stolen the files.

Epic Games issued an official statement confirming the start of investigations into the validity of this hack, and the company does not currently see any evidence that the servers have been hacked.

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