As reported by VG24, Capcom reached out about some scam emails offering early access to Village, our community manager Kat affirmed the issue to us. Please be warned and aware. Article link:
I hope we are at the point where people don't just click links in random emails.ID: gqj0eo5
But... hot singles within 25 miles of me want to chat and have free PS5 games!ID: gqj0feu
25 miles is 40.23 kmID: gqnymct
What about the hot Nigerian Prince who wants to give me $5 million?ID: gqshbny
u mean those hot single MILFS that live 15 km from me even when i live in middle of nowhere?ID: gqj8bv6
Lol oh gosh that’s cute.ID: gqgzihw
I know it's wishful thinking. Making it hard out here to not turn to the dark side
Not to condone the behavior of these phishers, but man is it a damn good time to phish Capcom customers.
I mean, with the release of Village being only a couple months away, and the recent changes to the Capcom ID account settings on Resident Evil . net, I wouldn't be surprised if these guys actually tricked a lot of folks, especially with an address like @capcom . com. Hopefully not too many people fell for it.
Poor CAPCOM, that hurts as fuck. Why did all these hackers choose this company for their malevolent affairs? I’m not trying to find any justice in our world, it’s just a myth, but, man, it’d be better to attack EA or, say, Activision...