Prepared or Not, the tactical, first-person shooter that entered Early Entry in 2021, is again on Steam after a takedown request was issued regarding trademark infringement.
As reported by NME, the problem was associated to a degree that depicted a mass capturing at a nightclub and one which was launched on the anniversary of the Pulse nightclub capturing. The nightclub in Prepared or Not was known as Prysm.
Prepared or Not developer VOID Interactive introduced that its recreation was again on Steam earlier in the present day, June 18, saying it was “very sorry about this downtime and hope it was not too inconvenient.”
— VOID Interactive (@VOIDInteractive) June 18, 2022
This apology arrives after it addressed rumors surrounding “the takedown of Prepared or Not and its related pages on Steam that occurred on Thursday, June sixteenth.”
“A takedown request was issued through Steam regarding a instructed trademark infringement in our latest Night time Membership map that was shared as a part of our most up-to-date Steam replace,” VOID Interactive wrote. “We take IP issues very severely, and in a present of excellent religion, we have now determined to take away the topic supplies and any reference to them from Prepared or Not and from any of our social media or different publications.
“Prepared or Not will return to the Steam retailer as soon as we full the modifications. Now we have additionally eliminated the AI replace video from our YouTube channel and from our Steam Retailer web page, and anticipate that these will probably be restored after an enhancing course of is accomplished.”
VOID has not addressed the controversy round it releasing the map on the anniversary of the Pulse nightclub capturing, however followers on Twitter have talked about the takedown was not particularly linked to that and as a substitute was as a result of identify being just like a nightclub chain within the UK.
This is not the primary controversial second for Prepared or Not, as VOID Interactive parted methods with writer Team17 sooner or later after the developer shared it might have a college capturing degree.
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