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A report published this Friday on the NME site (via PC Gamer), the tactical FPS video game called Ready or Not, surprisingly disappeared from Steam on June 16, something that the developers associated with a back-end problem of the platform, whose function is to access the information requested through an app.
But after several cross-statements, among which a developer named Kaminsky indicated the game will be updated when the store page is back online, theories have emerged of the true drop in Valve’s store, being the one that has taken more strength, that it was removed because Ready or Not added a level that took players precisely, to a mass shooting in a nightclub, which has the name Prysm, days away from a new anniversary of the nightclub shooting Pulse of Florida, United States, in which 49 people died and 53 were injured,
Something that is clearly totally in bad taste, either a terrible oversight or something intentional, even though it is a fairly popular video game, has many positive reviews on Steamdon and in which a SWAT team is managed, making players have to prevent the shooting.
Also, late last year Ready or Not developer Void Interactive parted ways with publisher Team17 after promising on the game’s subreddit that it would include a “school shooting mission.”
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