CAPCOM Breach Included Customer Data

Update Regarding Data Security Incident Due to Unauthorized Access from CAPCOM follows up on the recent breach of their network (thanks DSOGaming). According to a post on ResetEra, this was a ransomware attack, and has some alleged details it revealed, including an April launch window for Resident Evil Village and the possibility of a Resident Evil battle royale in September. The statement CAPCOM released upon learning of the event said "at present there is no indication that any customer information was breached." That has changed, as they now outline various bits of customer data that was compromised, though they still maintain, for now at least, that no credit card information was lost. Here's a bit of what they now say:
Capcom Co., Ltd. (Capcom) announced that it has been the victim of a customized ransomware attack following unauthorized access to its network and has verified that some personal information maintained by the Capcom Group has been compromised.

Further, the company also stated that it has confirmed the possibility that additional personal and corporate information may have been compromised in this attack, which is listed in "2. Potentially compromised data" below. At present, its content development and business are operating without impediment.

Capcom offers its sincerest apologies for any complications and concerns that this may bring to its potentially impacted customers as well as to its many stakeholders.