CD Projekt was attacked again after Devotion was removed from

Dedication-Not yet available in the West (Photo: Red Candle Games)

The creators of Cyberpunk 2077 and the owners of have overturned plans to publish the Taiwanese game Devotion, and their excuses are terrible.

Cyberpunk 2077 Publishers and Developers CD Projekt can’t really take a break this month, and it’s hard to feel a lot of sympathy for them after a recent PR disaster, as well as buggy cyberpunk.

At an early stage of the day, is a Taiwanese developer Red Candle Games, after being previously removed from Steam when that caused a diplomatic incident involving a meme to compare the Winnie the Pooh and Xi Jinping Jintao of China game Announced that the acclaimed Survival Horror Dedication will be added to

Red Candle was apparently a removal of the game from Steam, but it had already been reviewed and bombed by Chinese gamers and was never available in the West. That’s why the appearance on was warmly welcomed by horror fans.

The problem was that CD Projekt made its own announcement later that day, stating that the game wouldn’t eventually be released on

The ridiculous and unconvincing excuse for this was that they made the decision “after receiving a lot of messages from gamers.”

Much of the social media wants to make sure that CD Projekt is under pressure from Chinese gamers and isn’t banned in China. This is something to consider before first offering it to Red Candle. here you go.

However, it seems that positive thinking has not been a specialty of the company these days. This is the last thing CD Projekt needed after the controversy over Cyberpunk 2077.

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