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'Fallen Earth' suffers traffic attack, compensating players for outage

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Over the weekend the "Fallen Earth" servers were plagued with "malicious traffic" that mad the game inaccessible to players. Today, the games' developers announced that a solution to the problem is in progress and the prevention of the issue is being addressed.

The "Fallen Earth" server was locked to players twice over the weekend with a quick maintenance earlier today in attempt to "clean up" after the attack. At this time there is no word on the full nature of the attack. No account compromises or information theft have been specified.

As an apology, players that have logged in over the last week will get a free week of the subscription level bonuses as compensation. The Commander level of subscription will be free for a week to these players. The stipend is likely not applicable, but clones will definitely receive the commander aura that stacks with other players and their auras.

The lockbox sale will be extended due to this unforeseen attack and maintenance.

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