Epic Games Warns Fans of Email Phishing Scam

By   /   Aug 14, 2015
Gears of War creator Epic Games

Lately, fans have been receiving emails from Epic Games’ addresses, asking them to click on different links that do not lead to the official website.

Fans took to the company’s official forum and started complaining about the issue, and Epic has now released a statement on Twitter about the situation.

The company says that it’s a phishing scam and fans shouldn’t click on any links.

Why and how this is happening is unclear and Epic didn’t say anything about it as well. For now, if you get any email from Epic Games, don’t click on the links.

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