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The sinking city cannot be bought on Steam at this time, as Studio Fragments publisher Nagan argues. The development team alleges that they unknowingly edited this PC version so that they can defend themselves (you will get an overview of the situation At this point).
Nagan is in it Generated an answerIn which they call for claims “Unjustified” To deny. They are reminded that the courts have given them a legal basis to distribute the game on various platforms including Valve. The French also claim at least 8.9 million euros (according to Nacon, the marketing budget is not included) for the development and distribution of the horror game. It is mentioned several times in the letter that the steam version was paid.
Version of The sinking city However, I do not adequately identify Nakona as a publisher. The company had to take care of it, which, according to them, allowed a contract term. By doing so, the company acknowledges that it broke the game independently with the help of a third party to enforce its rights. However, according to Nagon, this is only necessary because despite repeated requests, Fragware did not provide them with a Steam version in the form agreed to in the contract.
Nagan points out that even if the development committee repeatedly imposes sanctions, they will abide by the agreed terms of the contract. For example, by inviting their fans to boycott the game or by taking the Steam version from the sales site with the TMCA strike. The publisher deeply regrets this. Nagon, therefore, faces the judge’s decision when the foreclosure appeals to protect their intellectual property. It is not clear who will win in the end. In any case, there are no players.
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