Now Hello Games say they were hacked before No Man’s Sky ‘mistake’ tweet
Confusion has descended upon the Twitter world around No Man’s Sky and the games’ developer Hello Games, when the studio’s official account posted a surprising tweet.Hello Games has now made their Twitter account private.pic.twitter.com/x5tSB642ek — Ryan Brown (@Toadsanime) October 28, 2016Though quickly deleted the damage had been done – with social media flying into frenzy over whether the studio had been hacked or someone inside the team was having a particularly bad day.
‘No Man’s Sky was a mistake’ tweets Hello Games – or did they?
No Man’s Sky – nothing but trash?Update:It seems everything associated with No Man’s Sky is destined to descend into farce, as Hello Games’ Sean Murray is now claiming that they have been hacked after all.He posted the tweet below on his own account, which hasn’t otherwise been updated since August 18.
Hacked Hello Games Twitter: ‘No Man’s Sky Was a Mistake’
Confusion took hold of much of Twitter this morning as Hello Games, the developers behind No Man’s Sky, ostensibly tweeted that their game “was a mistake.” Not a few hours after the tweet, many games news outlets received e-mails which were seemingly sent from Hello Games CEO Sean Murray’s e-mail address that apologized for the radio silence regarding fan reactions to the game.A few hours after that, Murray tweeted from his personal account, saying that their server was hacked, blaming someone’s use of LinkedIn without two factor authentication turned on.Server hacked.
No Man’s Sky was a mistake – Reddit angry after Hello Games FINALLY breaks silence
No Man’s Sky developer Hello Games caused controversy on Reddit yesterday, after a “disgruntled employee” hacked its Twitter account and said the game was a mistake.Sean Murray was then alleged to have contacted various media outlets to say that the team had not been coping well since the launch of No Man’s Sky in August.Hello Games co-founder Sean Murray would then confirm the Twitter hacks in a follow up tweet, joking that the only mistake was not using two factor authentication to protect his accounts.