Earlier this month, farming and living simulator Roots of Pacha was delisted from Steam following a dispute between developer Soda Den and game publisher Crytivo. Soda Den claims that Crytivo asked his Valve to remove the game from their platform without his knowledge, while Crytivo claims that Soda Den is trying to void the development contract for the past three years. bottom. Thankfully, now the two sides have reached an agreement.
In a statement posted to the game’s official Twitter account, Soda Den and the Crytivo team explained that they have “worked vigorously” to bring the game back to Steam. They explained that they have reached a mutual agreement on the rights to the game and will make the game available on Steam again. In addition, Soda Den has also revealed that the company and Crytivo have decided to “part amicably” on mutually beneficial terms, which will list Soda Den as the sole publisher of the game. means that
“Over the past two weeks, Crytivo and Soda Den have been working tirelessly towards the common goal of restoring Roots of Pacha on Steam,” the statement reads. “Agreement has been reached and we are happy to share that Roots of Pacha is back on Steam and available for everyone to purchase.”
“I would also like to share that Crytivo and Soda Den have made the decision to part amicably on mutually beneficial terms. Thank you very much for your efforts, Crytivo would like to thank Soda Den.” We salute their dedication and skill that went into creating Roots of Pacha. “
All is well if the end result is good, but it seems like this kind of situation could have been avoided entirely if the communication between developers and publishers was a little better. The first few weeks of a game’s launch are perhaps the most critical period to ensure success, especially for smaller indie titles like Roots of Pacha. We hope that the fact that you haven’t been able to buy it for quite some time doesn’t significantly affect the performance of the game on your platform.
Speaking of delisted games, Xbox is reportedly doing its best to combat the plethora of “easy gamerscore” titles plaguing storefronts. Due to players using these types of titles to collect Xbox Game Pass quests and his Microsoft Rewards gamerscore, the update on May 1 implemented a ban on these types of titles. It is considered
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