A class-action lawsuit is forming against Epic Games following a breach that exposed the personal data of Fortnite players at the end of last year.
US law firm Franklin D. Azar & Associates is calling for users who believe they have been affected to join the suit, promising to "fight to get you the recovery you deserve."
The suit follows news earlier this year that Epic had fixed a vulnerability in its security that may have allowed hackers to access Fortnite users' accounts, including personal information and credit or debit cards linked to the game.
FDAzar notes that this acknowledgement and fix came two months after the security breach was first reported to Epic Games, and as such players have a right to compensation.
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