One day after the early debut on Steam, the disputable first-person shooter Ready or Not loses its publisher Team17. The announcement came via Twitter and explains the details of what happened.
Ready or Not is in effect an independent game: one day after the surprise debut in early access on Steam, the controversial FPS tactical no longer has an official publisher. Team17 decided to step back a few days after the developers announced the arrival of an update that would add a level dedicated to a school shooting. As you can read in a post published by developers: “VOID Interactive and Team17 agreed that Team17 will no longer be Ready or Not’s publisher. We are sure that this is the best way to the future of Ready or Not, and thank Team17 and their collaboration and wish them the best success with their catalog of games!”
It is not clear, therefore, whether the much discussed and mysterious level of shooting at a school is the real cause of divorce but suspicious timing has caused many players to stand up for this motivation. Meanwhile Ready or Not is recording an incredible success: one day after its debut it is the most sold game on Steam. Before leaving, please note that on Everyeye pages you can find our Ready or Not preview.