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Riot Games may delay ‘League of Legends’ patch following cybersecurity breach

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Riot Games, the studio behind League of Legends and Valorant, says a recent security breach may affect its short-term content release schedule.

In a tweet spotted by BleepingComputer, Riot disclosed on Friday its development systems were compromised in a social engineering attack that occured earlier in the week.“We don’t have all the answers right now, but we wanted to communicate early and let you know there is no indication that player data or personal information was obtained,” Riot said. “Unfortunately, this has temporarily affected our ability to release content.

While our teams are working hard on a fix, we expect this to impact our upcoming patch cadence across multiple games.”Heads up, players.

This may impact our delivery date for Patch 13.2. The League team is working to stretch the limits of what we can hotfix in order to deliver the majority of the planned and tested balance changes on time still.

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