Insomniac Games speaks out after the hack: Like Logan, we are resilient

Insomniac Games shared a message in response to the horrific cyber attack that affected the company earlier this week, saying: “Like Logan… Insomniac is resilient.

Insomniac Games shared the message on X/Twitter and thanked the community for everything “ongoing support during this challenging time“.​


Insomniac begins with a sincere thank you: “Thank you for your compassion and unwavering support. They are deeply appreciated.”

We are both saddened and angry about the recent cyberattack on the studio and the emotional toll it has taken on our development team. We have been focusing internally over the past few days to support each other.”

“We are aware that the stolen data includes personal information of employees, former employees, and independent contractors. It also includes early development details about Marvel’s Wolverine for PlayStation 5. We are continue to work expeditiously to determine which data is impacted.”


“This experience has left us extremely miserable.”

“We want people to enjoy the games we develop as they were intended and as our players deserve. However, like Logan… Insomniac is resilient. Marvel’s Wolverine continues as planned. The game is in early production and will no doubt change significantly throughout development, as will all of our other plans.”

“While we appreciate everyone’s enthusiasm, we will share official information about Marvel’s Wolverine when the time is right.

“On behalf of everyone at Insomniac, thank you for your continued support during this challenging time.”


The hacker group that attacked Insomniac demanded a ransom of 50 BTC (about 2 million USD) to not reveal the confidential data they stole. The ransom was not paid and the information – 1.67 terabytes of data – was released including videos and images of Marvel’s Wolverine, Insominac’s projected release schedule until the early 2030s… The horror especially the data also includes personal information of employees such as passport scans.

Sony, the parent company of Insomniac Games, has not commented on the incident so far.​

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