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Mick Gordon donates his Atomic Heart earnings to Ukrainian people: “The tragedy of this conflict cannot be overstated”
Mick Gordon, best known for his work on soundtracks for the last Doom games, has announced his decision to donate his Atomic Heart fees to humanitarian aid for the people of Ukraine. The composer noted that he wanted to “provide practical support” to those affected by the war.
Unity Asset Store stands with Ukraine, but fails to properly pay hundreds of Ukrainian devs for over 6 months
Unity supports Ukraine-based developers on its Asset Store, but many of them have been experiencing trouble getting money for months. The official payment methods simply stopped working with the start of Russia’s invasion, and the company still doesn’t seem to have found a proper solution.
Ukrainian studio Frogwares receives MegaGrant from Epic Games
Frogwares, known for creating a series of Sherlock Holmes games, has received the Epic MegaGrant from Epic Games. The Ukrainian studio will use this money to relocate its employees to safer areas and help the ones who have already moved to other countries in the EU.
Games industry raised almost $200 million for Ukraine, with 73% of this sum coming from Epic Games
Players and game companies across the globe have been donating money to humanitarian aid in Ukraine ever since Russia sent troops to the country on February 24. The industry has raised almost $200 million for these efforts so far.
10% of G5 Entertainment’s staff in Ukraine and over 20% staff in Russia already left their countries
G5 has released a new statement, saying that its employees located in Ukraine and Russia are now leaving their countries. The company also condemned the actions of the Russian government, adding that it will stop distributing its games in the country.
GSC Game World changes S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 2 subtitle, says it won’t sell game in Russia
Kyiv-based developer GSC Game World has shared two updates on S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 2. First, it changed the game’s subtitle in accordance with Ukrainian language rules. Second, the studio decided to prohibit sales of the upcoming title in Russia.