However, user data seems to be safe.
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Capcom, the studio that brought us Resident Evil, Devil May Cry, and Monster Hunter, reported today that they were hacked. At some point last week, hackers gained access to Capcom's computer systems. The good news amongst all of this unfortunate news is that no customer data was accessed or stolen during the hack.

As no user data was accessed, you probably don't need to rush to change any passwords on websites you commonly access. But if you would rather err on the side of caution, you do you.

Capcom lays it all out on the line for us to read via a press release for the public.

Beginning in the early morning hours of November 2, 2020 some of the Capcom Group networks experienced issues that affected access to certain systems, including email and file servers. The company has confirmed that this was due to unauthorized access carried out by a third party, and that it has halted some operations of its internal networks as of November 2. Capcom expressed its deepest regret for any inconvenience this may cause to its various stakeholders. Further, it stated that at present there is no indication that any customer information was breached. This incident has not affected connections for playing the company's games online or access to its various websites.

Presently, Capcom is consulting with the police as well as other related authorities while both carrying out an investigation and taking measures to restore its systems. The company will continue to offer relevant updates as the facts become clear, via its websites and other means.