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Source Game Engine codes were stolen via Team Fortress 2

Source Game Engine codes were leaked and stolen via Team Fortress 2. Avoid games that use this engine, such as Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and online Source Engine like this one.

Source Game Engine codes were stolen via Team Fortress 2

Some Team Fortress 2 servers have crashed. Delfy says: Since the source code has been leaked, the attackers can delete your items and game files. Don't play Team Fortress 2 and wait for the official Valve update.

All games with Source Engine are in danger!

Source 2 GamePlay Video

Team Fortress 2 has been playing for years. It was the first time that such news came. Apparently, after the Source engine in TF2 and CS: GO, they attacked Team Fortress 2 because it was the most focused engine! Valve has not been bringing updates to Team Fortress 2 for a long time, which must have been an opportunity for them.

Thus, with the Source information they have, the possibility of damaging the computers with CS: GO has been revealed.

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Risky Games Using the Source Game Engine

Valve games

  • Half-Life 2 (2004)
  • Half-Life 2: Deathmatch (2004)
  • Half-Life: Source (2004)
  • Counter-Strike: Source (2004)
  • Day of Defeat: Source (2005)
  • Half-Life 2: Lost Coast (2005)
  • Half-Life 2: Episode One (2006)
  • Half-Life 2: Episode Two (2007)
  • Team Fortress 2 (2007)
  • Portal (2007)
  • Left 4 Dead (2008 – in partnership with Turtle Rock Studios)
  • Left 4 Dead 2 (2009)
  • Alien Swarm (2010)
  • Portal 2 (2011)
  • Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (2012)
  • Dota 2 (2013)

Games from other developers

  • Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines [2] (2004)
  • Garry's Mod (2004)
  • SiN Episodes (2006)
  • Dark Messiah of Might and Magic (2006)
  • The Ship (2006)
  • Insurgency (2007)
  • Zeno Clash [3] (2009)
  • Bloody Good Time (2010)
  • E.Y.E .: Divine Cybermancy (2011)
  • Nuclear Dawn (2011)
  • Postal III (2011)
  • Dino D-Day (2011)
  • Dear Esther (2012)
  • Black Mesa (2012)
  • Tactical Intervention (2013)
  • The Stanley Parable (2013)
  • NeoTokyo (2014)
  • Blade Symphony (2014)
  • Titanfall (2014)
  • Consortium (2014)
  • Contagion (2014)
  • The Beginner's Guide (2015)
  • Infra (2016)
  • Titanfall 2 (2016)

Singleplayer games are unlikely to carry so much risk, so you may not need to delete them. This is just a suggestion whether or not to delete games.

Murat Oktay

Video games have been my passion for as long as I can remember. I have been writing and managing in the game industry for more than 30 years. I've been playing Diablo 2 nonstop since it first came out.

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