Moreover, he will try to spread the ban not only to Ukraine, but to the whole world in general. As the reason, he cites the “potential data collection and possible transfer of user data to third parties in Russia”, as well as the toxicity of the project.

The official also said that the funds from the purchase of the game could be used to support military operations against Ukraine. But he did it without any evidence.

Recall that the release of Atomic Heart took place on February 21, 2023. The project got pretty high marks and even managed to get into the top 3 sales on Steam, bypassing Hogwarts Legacy. The shooter was developed by the Russian studio Mundfish.

Source: Ferra

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