Digital retailer GoG.com won’t be selling “mass shooting simulator” HATRED when it releases on the 1st June according to Polish developer Creative Destruction.
On Facebook, Creative Destruction said that GOG.com tested the game and while they said “it was good,” opted not to distribute it. When asked why it wouldn’t distribute the game, GoG.com allegedly told them, “we can’t.”
ESRB gave the controversial game an AO Rating while Valve originally pulled HATRED from Steam only to be reinstated at the demand of Gabe Newell who apologised to Creative Destruction for removing its listing. The game went on to be approved by the Steam community through the Green Light process.