Valve gives controversial game Hatred still access Steam Greenlight




The developers of Hatred may promote their game on Steam Greenlight. Valve has his decision to remove the shooter revised. On the platform the popularity of games will be tested and based on that can be enforced Steam publication.

Valve has taken a good decision, it says in an email that appears to be described by Valve CEO Gabe Newel. Hatred is then repositioned at Greenlight. On the platform, the popularity of certain games will be tested and then decided whether a game through Steam is finally distributed. The message Valve also apologizes to the development team behind Hatred.

Destructive Creations announced the shooter in October. The game is played as a character who has had enough of the ‘worthless’ human existence. The goal is to murder as many people as possible. The description states that there are no rules and the character shows no mercy or compassion. The gamer must also evade or defeat armed opponents.

On the basis of the content that had Valve seen, the game was removed in the first instance of Green Light. The development team respected that choice, so wrote Destructive Creations on his own site. The development of the game by the blockade are not jeopardized. Valve finally returned to his decision and Hatred is still granted access to Greenlight. The game will be released in the second quarter of 2015 for Windows.


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