Capcom revealed that a number of copies of their unreleased Resident Evil 6 have been stolen and have popped up and sold in some stores in Poland.
Resident Evil 6 was set to be released by Capcom this Octoberm, thus causing panic, and an eventual investigation as to where these stolen copies came from.
According to Eurogamer, Capcom admitted that there was indeed a sale of this stolen Resident Evil 6 games in Poland after reports said last week that some retailers were selling the game this early. Capcom said that at least a few copies of the Resident Evil 6 had already been sold.
“At this time, all we can ad is that it would appear this unfortunate incident is limited to a small quantity of stolen copies of the German USK PlayStation 3 version of the game,” Capcom said.
One of the stolen games was being sold on eBay with a starting bid of 478.78 Euros. The seller also pegged a buyout price at 1,196.71 Euros.
The figures of the stolen copies are still unknown. But Eurogamer said that there are only two stores in Poland that sold the stolen games.
Capcom is currently investigating the incident and TNG will be updating you once the company releases the results.
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