Fntastic, the creator of The Day Before, has issued an unusual statement about "disinformation" and a "lack of fact-checking," as fans and followers observe that the most recent Day Before gameplay trailer bears a close resemblance to Call of Duty and The Last of Us, and the Day Before release date is pushed back.
Fntastic released a ten-minute gameplay trailer for The Day Before, which showed weapon customization and item looting. As previously reported, viewers soon recognized similarities between the video and trailers for the zombies mode in Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War and Sony shooter The Last of Us.
The Day Before was postponed from March until November by another person, outside of the company, because of the fact that it owned the copyright to the Day Before name. Although it was previously one of the most desired games on Steam, The Day Before has been delisted from Valve's storefront and, as of this writing, has yet to be returned. Fntastic has released a strange statement warning of the dangers of "disinformation."
"We all live in a time of disinformation and lack of fact-checking," says the developer. "We must address disinformation as it can be harmful not only to us but also to other indies and small/medium studios." We'll consider how to assist novice developers in dealing with fakes and allocate resources accordingly.
Fntastic concludes that "destroying is simple." Creating is difficult.
Fntastic says in a separate tweet that "cases when some people write on our behalf to streamers about cooperation have become more frequent." The developer also says it is "restoring the Steam page" and "hope[s] this happens quickly."
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