GOG is no longer releasing dedication

Do you remember PC horror games dedication? The first-person horror title was developed by Taiwanese developer Red Candle Games for PC, was released on PC last year, was removed from Steam, and was reviewed by Chinese players for bombing. The reason behind the reaction is, in the game, because the reference mocking Winnie the Pooh and China Xi Jinping president who compared him was discovered in the game has been included.

The game was only available for 6 days before it was removed from Steam.Today, Red Candle Games Announcement Return dedication However, GOG’s owner, CD Projekt, looked even worse as GOG decided not to release the game because of “more messages from gamers,” which seemed short-lived.

It’s awkward that CD Projekt wants to support developers just to pull the lag from below. I’m usually a fan of GOG, but this decision to withdraw seems strange. Considered when unplugging digital purchases on their platform. The Red Candle Games have been recorded to apologize many times for snabs, but the game has had a hard time getting into the hands of consumers.


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