Gaming news summary for July 8, 2015
Welcome to the Game Replay, the twice-weekly look at the wider world of gaming by the staff of MacNN. In today's edition, a release date for Disney Infinity 3.0 is revealed, Riot's community management in League of Legends appears to be making players less hostile, and a new Magic: The Gathering game lands on iOS.
Around 120,000 credit card transactions taken from Riot Games servers
Servers used by Riot Games for popular online multiplayer game League of Legends have been hacked. Personal details for accounts stored on the North America region servers were accessed in the intrusion, along with credit card numbers and other payment information for approximately 120,000 transactions from 2011.
Client has been in closed beta since 2011, developer seeks input
Popular multiplayer online battle arena game League of Legends is available today in open beta as a native Macintosh OS X client. The beta provides the same service, including all features, bug fixes, and new content made available in parallel with the Windows client. The public beta is available now, with the developer requesting feedback to "craft the best experience possible on the new platform."