Fntastic, developer of upcoming Steam survival game and zombie shooter The Day Before, has released an unusual statement about “misinformation” and a “lack of fact-checking” as fans and subscribers watch the trailer for the latest The Day Before game has a look much like the Call of Duty and The Last of Us videos, and The Day Before release date is delayed.
On February 2, Fntastic released a ten-minute gameplay trailer for The Day Before, showing off weapon customization and item looting. As previously reported, viewers were quick to recognize similarities between the video and trailers for Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War’s zombie mode and Sony’s shooter The Last of Us.
The trailer followed an announcement from Fntastic that The Day Before would be delayed from March to November due to someone else, outside of the company, owning the copyright to the name. The Day Before. Although previously one of the most wanted games on Steam, The Day Before was pulled from the Valve store and, as of this writing, has yet to return. Now Fntastic is sharing a bizarre statement warning of the risks of “misinformation”.
“We all live in a time of misinformation and lack of fact-checking,” the developer says. “Anyone can say anything for the views, and everyone will believe it. Misinformation must be tackled, as it can not only harm us, but also harm other independent and small-to-medium sized studios. It also has a mental impact on the members of said teams. After the release of The Day Before, we will think about how to help novice developers deal with counterfeits and allocate resources for it.
“Destroying is easy. Creating is hard,” concludes Fntastic.
In a separate tweet, the developer of that “cases of some people writing on our behalf to streamers about cooperation have become more frequent. We’ve never written to anyone.” Fntastic also says it’s “restoring the Steam page” and “I hope[s] it happens quickly.
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