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Apex Legends Hacked by Hackers who hate Titanfall Hackers

Respawn's Apex Legends Hacked by Hackers who hate Titanfall Titanfall

Respawn has just confirmed that they’ve restored matchmaking in Apex Legends and that they’re putting a fix in place to stop the hacked playlists. They also confirmed that players’ personal information or accounts were not at risk during the “Titanfall” disruption. 

The Respawn Game has always had a thing for bugs and fixes. But the damage that these hackers caused the community is still felt, and TF Remnant Fleet is in the middle of it all.

TF Remnant Fleet, alongside members from the NoSkill Titanfall Modding Discord, were the creators of SaveTitanfall.com. Their goal was to inform the gaming community and Respawn of the ongoing Titanfall 1 attacks.

During the start of these attacks, Hackers redirected Apex Legends players to SaveTitanfall.com and players thought that the ones who made the website were the culprits. But according to RedShield, the admin of the Discord Server TF Remnant Fleet, this was far from the truth.

“I would like the Apex Legends‘ community, on behalf of the TF Remnant Fleet and the Titanfall community, that we stand with you,” RedShield said in a statement to IGN. “We are not behind the recent attacks and have no control over them, and that’s something that we know the pain of very well. We empathize with you and hope that things can return to normalcy soon. At the very least, even if Titanfall doesn’t get fixed, we hope that Apex Legends can be, as I know that’s a game that far more people cherish just as much as we cherish our game.”

Whether the attacks were from people trying to make the discord group look bad, or just people who had pure intentions of saving Titanfall, there’s no denying the gravity of the situation. Here’s hoping things can go back to the way things were.