An apology statement came from Youtuber, who leaked a lot of information to be announced by Ubisoft, especially Assassin’s Creed Mirage.
We have started to encounter many leaks in the game industry recently. With the growth of the Influncer side, especially after the gaming channels, the auto control mechanisms of the companies began to suffer a lot. As a matter of fact, not every leak that comes out is the result of hacking, as is the case with GTA 6 leaks. We can also witness that it can spread consciously or unconsciously. A similar situation came from the leak of the Assassin’s Creed Mirage game.
Youtuber who leaked Assassin’s Creed Mirage apologized
Assassin’s Creed Mirage and many other Ubisoft announcements surfaced days before the UbiForward event. In general, before such presentations, game companies invite both the press and influencers to a special event and show the first information under the embargo rules. We can even play some productions before they are announced, with the possibility of playing remotely.
Here, Dan Allen Gaming, who had the chance to see the announcements to be made at the Ubisoft Forward event, leaked this information beforehand with the The Real Insider Twitter account he opened. Dan Allen Gaming, who shared the first information about games such as Red and Hex, especially Assassin’s Creed Mirage, leaked the first information from this account, which he opened anonymously. Besides, he’s kind of betrayed himself.
Dan Allen Gaming, who accidentally replied to a post from The Real Insider account last night with his own personal account instead of his account name, suspends this share and his anonymous account in a short time, but he could not escape from being caught. After this unethical situation emerged, he had to make a statement. Dan Allen made the following statements in his statement; “I apologize to everyone for what I’ve done. I’m ashamed of myself. I need some time to think about my bad decisions that I will never make again. I’m really sorry to everyone who’s supported me over the years for letting them down.”
Of course, after the emergence of this situation, there was no statement from Ubisoft officials. It is very unlikely that the publisher will be sued, but he may be banned from many companies, especially Ubisoft, for this behavior.