Publisher 2K Games has revealed that customer information obtained during a recent security breach has been put up for sale.
The company has contacted consumers whose data has been compromised since October 6 to inform them that information such as their email address, gamer tag and console details have been stolen. 2K adds that it does not believe any passwords or financial information was stolen.
“However, out of an abundance of caution, we encourage all of our players to secure their accounts by resetting passwords and enabling multi-factor authentication if they haven’t already done so,” the company wrote.
2K’s servers were hacked in late September, during which a third party sent malicious links to consumers. The company has suggested that people who clicked this link reset their devices.
This is apparently separate from the Rockstar Games hack, another Take-Two company, which took place around the same time and saw over 90 in-development gameplay videos leaked online.