With all of the Silent Hill rumors making rounds, Blue Field Sport Studios’ PS5-exclusive Deserted has been thrust into the limelight as soon as once more, however for all of the mistaken causes. The sport’s script has apparently been leaked on Reddit and corroborated by recognized insider Nick “Shpeshal_Bick” Baker, and it’s exactly what one would count on from a undertaking that comes throughout as somebody’s highschool homework.
Deserted PS5 has been accused of being a rip-off
The picture of the script (above) isn’t the highest quality however ok to make out what it says. It’s a dialog between what I think about to be some form of an evil scientist and a bunch of individuals the place the previous is displaying off a bioweapon referred to as Zero Cell that’ll be used to dominate people.
Recognized modder Lance McDonald, who partook in sharing this script in addition to some leaked belongings from Deserted, initially declared that your entire undertaking is a rip-off. Nevertheless, he has since launched a joint assertion with Blue Field head Hasan Kahraman that appears to indicate that the studio willingly shared these “belongings” with a bunch of followers, who then cross them on with out context. Apparently, the belongings comprise of “jokes, tough drafts,” and issues that aren’t going to be a part of the ultimate product, if it ever sees the sunshine of day.
Earlier as we speak I drew consideration to a leak of some belongings from Blue Field Studio’s “Deserted” (seen right here: https://t.co/MABnc53DH5). Quickly after, Hasan, the developer of Deserted, reached out to me and we labored collectively on this assertion concerning the leak, which he requested me to publish: pic.twitter.com/eNYoBrKZUW
— Lance McDonald (@manfightdragon) May 17, 2022
Twitter customers are actually theorizing that McDonald has been threatened into releasing this assertion. Make of this mess what you’ll. Maybe, it might have made extra sense to go away Blue Field to its gadgets.
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