Egregor also claims to have retrieved and encrypted the data at Crysis developer Crytek, though it’s not clear that the hacking team is locked Watch dogs material.
If authentic, the hack would mostly threaten the developers themselves if they have any sensitive personal data. However, it may not necessarily affect the game experience. As RPS note, the source code may be most useful for modders looking to tailor the game content or engine itself. It̵7;s unclear, however, whether this will affect the promised multiplayer update December. There’s no guarantee that a leak will include online code, and that it can be enough to change at its official launch to circumvent any potential fraud.