Popular and highly rated games on Steam are free for a limited time before they disappear from the digital storefront. Games are rarely delisted, but they do happen a few times a year. In the age of digitalization, this has never been more of an issue. In this particular case, the game cannot be purchased again because it has not been released for retail.This means that if you have purchased the game, it will still be playable after the deletion and is free until December 23rd, so if you haven’t purchased it If so, you can enjoy it until it’s removed.It will be removed from the list in January. The game in question is Friday the 13th.
A killer puzzle by Blue Wizard Digital. On Steam, user ratings for this game are “very positive”, with over 5,000 users giving the game a positive rating, with 93% of his reviews. Games released in 2018 are available on other platforms, but all of these versions will be delisted on January 23rd, along with the Steam version. However, unlike the Steam version, these versions aren’t free until then.
Why was my game deleted? Now, according to a statement released with this news, Blue Wizard Digital is unable to renew the license in question. You cannot sell your game without a license. This is the scope that specifies licensing issues.
“Today we have a sad announcement.
Failed to renew license on Friday the 13th:
A killer puzzle with our licensors has been called upon to settle all future sales of the game later this month,” the statement said. All platforms guarantee that players who have paid will continue to have access to the content they paid for indefinitely. The game will be available on all platforms on January 23rd, 2023. ”
The statement continues:
“We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience and inconvenience caused. This is a truly sad situation and all of us at Blue Wizard are completely devastated – Q13:
Killer Puzzle is a game that we are very proud of. Thank you for your support over the years and stay tuned for future updates on BlueWizard.com. And let’s not forget that we’re still proud to bring you the overwhelmingly critically acclaimed horror puzzle game that started it all.
Subjugation Camp! ”