The developers are behind In the world– which people online often refer to as “Pokemon With Guns” – We realize people might be skeptical about this unconventional survival game, so we've tried to reassure people that it's not a “scam” on Steam.
If you miss it yourself, In the world It looks a lot like someone slandered Maine Craft, fortnite, Pokemon, and some AR-15s in a giant blender, took the resulting digital slush, and turned it into an actual video game. Watch the trailers and gameplay of it, In the world It almost seems fake or like a fever dream. But it is (as far as I can tell) real, with… Xbox even announced that it will be available on day one On Game Pass for both PC and console.
However, after questionable launches of other online games—Likes yesterday– With people wondering if this game is just a big prank, the developers have posted a new Q&A on In the world Steam store page ahead of its release on January 19.
As spotted Gaming Radar On January 17thThe game's official Steam page includes “PalWorld Early Access Launch FAQ“. It's mostly what you'd expect, explaining that cross-play is coming, a PS5 version might be released one day, and explaining how multiplayer works. Standard stuff. But there's this recurring question at the end:
“Is this game a scam? Or is it a money making MMO or virtual currency game?”
And look I am Believes Which In the world It is not a scam. The fact that Xbox paid money to get it on Game Pass seems like more than enough proof that the game is real and will be released soon. But boy, In the world's The answer to this question of whether it's a scam or just a “money making MMO” is strangely defensive.
“It is not a scam and will definitely be released on January 19.” In the world The developers said. “In the world It's a typical Steam game, you can buy it once and it's yours forever. Although we may consider expansions after the full release, this is a conversation we will all have together, as a community, when the time comes!
It's just a typical video game, and definitely not a scam, folks. Nothing to see here. But this answer makes me wonder what kind of messages and posts developers see make it so direct and specific.
We'll all see on January 19th then In the world It is a real dream or collective fever dream that we all had after watching it too much Pokemon And play a few rounds late at night fortnite While high.
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