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‘Content Warning’ is taking over Steam

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Content Warning has taken Steam by storm.It is a first-person game where players explore urban ruins and use in-game cameras to produce videos to upload to SpöökTube.

It appears to be parodying YouTubers who explore derelict buildings and “backrooms”, an internet term for barren, repetitive rooms, like disused offices and maintence tunnels.The game was shadowdropped, meaning without any notice, on April 1, available for free.

Fortunately, this gamble paid off, as six million people downloaded it in the 24 hour free period. User reviews for Content Warning are very positive, and it’s sixth in the Steam top sellers chart.

This chart ranks games based on revenue, not downloads. It is now available for £6.99.Content Warning also seems to be utilising the same budget aesthetics from games like Rogue Company.

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