The problems surrounding Nacon Y Frogwares to account The Sinking City it doesn’t look like he’s going to have the best of endings. After the game was published on February 26 in Steam, the developer asked the community not to buy the game, claiming that it is not his version.
The matter took a much more serious turn when a statement Frogwares frontally accusing Nacon of hack and illegally distribute the title. Now, it seems that they have achieved a new step in their objectives.
The Sinking City no longer available on Steam. If you try to search for the game in the Valve store, you will no longer be able to find it. This is because the game received a takedown notice based on DMCA (Digital Millennium Copyright Law). This claim has been made by Frogwares against their own game.
Doug Lombardi, Valve’s vice president of marketing has confirmed the information to VICE Games. “We have received a DMCA takedown notice for the version that Nacon recently released, so we have responded to that notice“explains Lombardi. As a result, Nacon has seen the version they had uploaded to Steam disappear and they can no longer sell it.
For now, both Nacon and Frogwares have not commented on this fact, although a statement is expected soon. While The Sinking City can still be bought through other platforms like Gamesplanet.