Atomic Heart is no longer being distributed by Sony, Microsoft, and Valve? Ukrainian Minister Alexander Bornyakov calls for a sales restriction.
The first-person shooter "Atomic Heart," released today, has been criticized for a long time. This is mainly due to Mundfish, a development studio that is linked to Russian state-owned businesses.
Mundfish is said to have received funding from Gazprom, an energy company, as well as other pro-Russian companies that have also provided financial help for the development of "Atomic Heart." The developers' headquarters are said to be in Cyprus, although the whole team is believed to be made up of Russian developers.
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Now Ukraine's Minister of Digital Affairs, Alexander Bornyakov, has written a letter to Sony Interactive Entertainment, Microsoft, and Valve, urging all three platform operators to stop selling "Atomic Heart."
"We also demand that the distribution of this game in other countries be restricted because it is toxic, has a tendency to collect user data and may be exposed to third parties in Russia."
So yet, nobody has spoken up about a situation similar to "Atomic Heart." A number of other concerning items have been discovered in the storage rooms.
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Atomic Heart is now available on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, and PC.
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