The developers of Subverse, one of the most anticipated adult games of all time, thought it would be a great idea to have their game released via video Arch, formerly known as Arch Warhammer, a man who we last saw when we called Creative Assembly “Cuck Beta Leftists”.
As The daily point reportDeveloper Studio FOW gave Arch one “exclusive preview at first sight ”by Subverse, seemingly clueless about that Fact that its brand it’s his the kind person who makes 22 minute videos on how he’s definitely not racist
After a quick and understandable backlash of the Subverse Community over the deal, the game’s community manager made a statement::
Hello my darlings.
I’ll be brief because we’ve spent enough time on what recently happened with regard to Arch.
First, let’s keep Subverse as a game for sex, not politics, it’s best for everyone.
Regarding the previous statement on Arch, we were suddenly bombarded with posts from various political groups and as a result we acted in a hurry. After all, we’re only small software developers, but suddenly we found ourselves in a political debate.
We really want to make it clear that we personally have no problems with Arch. We just wanted him to show part of our gameplay together, which Arch did professionally and he was very gracious with his time.
We appreciate his time and would like to say that we are sorry that we got into a politically charged situation so quickly. Subverse has no political affiliation, it’s a game anyone can enjoy.
We didn’t mean to offend fans of Arch, it provides a platform for independent game developers like us to showcase our games.
We love all of our fans regardless of their political affiliation and hope that in due course you can forgive us for this unfortunate misunderstanding.
Huh, a statement that tries to purify the air but actually makes everything it addresses worse. Interesting.
“The studio was unaware of Arch’s polarizing background in this collaboration,” the note says concludes, suggesting that they are either terrible liars or even more terrible at posting their PR if they don’t know the most obvious things about the people they are working with. Whatever it is, terrible!
A game like Subverse, given its bootstrapping origins and subject should be one of the most comprehensive places in video games. And yet they are here and sign contracts A guy who makes videos like this:
It’s all very depressing, especially considering that Studio FOW is the second developer to be asked to: