Fez Developer Polytron Allegedly Hacked, Phil Fish Puts up Polytron and Fez for Sale

Things seem to have spiraled out of control fairly quickly for Phil Fish as an unidentified hacker allegedly took over Polytron’s website and Twitter account alongside reportedly hacking into the developer’s corporate dropbox account. As a result, Fish claims has been “doxed,” meaning that all his personal information, contact details, passwords, banking information, and other details have been made public. Apparently, Fish wasn’t the only victim as Depression Quest developer Zoe Quinn claims she was targeted as well. 

In wake of the alleged attack, Fish has decided to put Polytron and the Fez IP up for sale. 

I would like to announce that POLYTRON and the FEZ IP are now for sale. No reasonable offer will be turned down. I am done. I want out.

Fish’s Twitter account has since been closed and Polytron’s has been suspended. Only recently, he reiterated that Fez 2 will never be a thing.

In light of conflicting accounts of whether this was a real attack or not, we are treating this as a report. Thus far, we have been unable to find evidence that supports Fish’s and Quinn’s statements. We’ll update our readers once we hear something.