The cult horror game Devotion will be re-released on PC via the GoG distribution platform later this month after being delisted in February 2019.Developer Red Candle Games revealed news on Twitter.. According to the tweet, all the game content remains the same and the price is the same. The dedication will cost $ 16.99 / € 13.99 when launched on GoG on December 18th.
Hi friends, we want to share with you – Red Candle reveals # Devotion December 18th GOG.https: //t.co/dlC6qzBiHx
The content and price of the re-release is the same, $ 16.99 / € 13.99. Thank you for your trust and support. I pray for the end of this year. pic.twitter.com/peVPd7cyVo
— Redcandlegames (@redcandlegames) December 16, 2020
And the controversy over the inclusion of a poster that includes the phrase was referring to Xi Jinping Jintao of China, “Xi Jinping Winnie the Pooh”, by the censorship of the meme as compared to Xi Jinping, the game was originally delisted in February 2019 May be a Disney character. In July 2019, Taiwanese developers issued a statement apologizing for the inclusion of assets, stating that they would not re-release the game “in the short term.”
When it first went on sale in 2019, it reviewed Devotion and rated it as 8.2, calling it “a great psychological horror game full of surrealistic images.”
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