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Copies of Resident Evil 6 have been stolen and sold in Poland just weeks ahead of the game’s official release date, Capcom confirmed. Thankfully the amount of stolen Resident Evil 6 copies were very minimal.
“Capcom is currently undertaking a thorough investigation into reports that Resident Evil 6 is being sold ahead of its official October 2 release date,” Capcom told Eurogamer. “At this time, all we can add 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.”
These reports just came up at the end of last week, and so far just seems to revolve around one or two shops selling these stolen goods. Capcom didn’t say how many copies of the game were stolen, but they did say it was a small quantity. A buyer on eBay is trying to grab a copy of Resident Evil 6 for loads of money with the bid starting at 478.78 euros with a buyout of 1196.71 euros. The auction has been pulled as far as I could tell, but another one did go up very recently and hasn’t been pulled yet.