The leader of the firm behind the hit game Fortnite has accused Google of being "irresponsible" in the way it revealed a flaw affecting the Android version of the title.
On Friday, Google made public that hackers could hijack the game's installation software to load malware.
The installer is needed because Epic Games has bypassed Google's app store to avoid giving it a cut of sales.
Epic's chief executive said Google should have delayed sharing the news.
"We asked Google to hold the disclosure until the update was more widely installed," tweeted Tim Sweeney.
"They refused, creating an unnecessary risk for Android users in order to score cheap PR points."
A spokesman for Google declined to comment.
Google has been criticised in the past by Microsoft for sharing details of vulnerabilities in the Windows-maker's products before they had been addressed.
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