Ready or Not Developer Void Interactive Hit by Massive 4TB Data Breach


Ready or Not Developer Void Interactive Hit by Massive 4TB Data Breach

Surya Kumar
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Void Interactive, renowned for their tactical FPS Ready Or Not, recently experienced a data breach, resulting in the compromise of over 4 TB worth of their assets.
Besides accessing the game’s source code, the unnamed ransom group also acquired data on Ready Or Not console builds.
The leaks reveal data of PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S builds of Ready Or Not.

Void Interactive, the developers behind the 2023 FPS Ready Or Not recently fell victim to a significant data breach, which resulted in 4 TB of their data getting stolen. Although the hacker group responsible for the breach announced it in March, Void Interactive has not officially acknowledged the attack.

The studio seems to have lost over 2.1 million files in the hack, including the source code and early builds of their Ready Or Not. This has raised concern among several players regarding the state of the game following the data breach.

Data Breach Also Reveals Source Code for Console Builds of Ready or Not

First reported by Insider Gaming, the ransom group announced in March that they had access to massive amounts of data from the studio. Insider Gaming has also mentioned that they have seen the contents of the breach, which includes not only the source code of Ready Or Not’s current and older versions, but also the code for console builds of the game.

Images of the tactical shooter running on a PlayStation 4 Test kit were also a part of the breach, along with the results of various performance tests done on the many builds of Ready Or Not. However, this is only part of it, as this leak also revealed data for Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and PlayStation 5 builds of the game. This is certainly exciting news for fans who were hoping to play the FPS on their favorite consoles.

This leak is arguably one of the biggest in gaming history, surpassing the Insomniac leaks that occurred in December last year.  For those unaware, Insomniac Games, the developer behind Marvel’s Spider-Man games, suffered a massive data breach that exposed 1.67TB of data, revealing the developer’s roadmap until 2030. This included details of more than four different projects planned with Marvel, including Wolverine, X-Men, Spider-Man 3, and more. 

However, the 4 TB data breach suffered by Void Interactive surpasses it by a landslide. Before its full release in 2023, Ready Or Not was in early access for several years, with the project’s inception dating back over 8 years. This implies that the unnamed hacker group also has access to assets like old builds, canceled concepts, and more. 

Fortunately, there have been no reports of compromised personal information belonging to players or staff members. At the time of writing, Void Interactive has not issued a statement acknowledging the breach, and the game appears to remain unaffected.

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Surya has been an avid gamer all his life with an emphasis on single-player titles since the PlayStation 2 era. After switching to PC, he has also dabbled in the world of Valorant ever since its beta. He aims to spread his passion for gaming through his writing.

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