Operation Lovecraft Fallen Doll, an erotic video game for PC, is in high demand on Steam, for which there is currently no entry. Except that the project seems to be in a lot of trouble.
The game was developed by a not too large but definitely loyal community of around 15,000 people.
Despite being confronted with many difficulties in the transition from Unreal Engine 4 to Unreal Engine 5, the development team has been asked to correct many things. To date, the project has only been completed for supporters with a Harem mode and nothing else, and the initial plans for the project have been largely reduced, and the group has attempted to add a multiplayer mode, despite receiving many criticism.
Operation Lovecraft Fallen Doll was intended to be a multiplayer online game, according to a volunteer translator who assisted in the translation, but this path has also been abandoned, and the translator himself hypothesizes that "at this point it might be a scam."
Operation Lovecraft Fallen Doll is being postponed until a later date, as well as a demo for supporters, and it is not available for pre-order on Steam. It is not included in the wishlist.