Madmind Studio released the first-person horror game Agony today, available on PC, PS4 and Xbox One. Recently, the devs had to face censorship due to legal claims, and the content has yet to be unveiled to the world, affecting two of the seven endings and some post-game scenes.
“The censorship now affects only several seconds from two endings (out of seven) and some scenes that may be unlocked only after the end of the game,” stated the studio on Steam. “We will be able to show them to you in a video that we are planning to release soon.”
The studio have proposed to release an Adult Only patch to include this content, but doing so will “result in the game being banned” and the studio sued. “We are going to publish a comparison video on May 30th, 2018 so you will not miss out anything.”
Last week, Agony Mode was revealed for the game as a “procedural” take on the horrendous places players will inhabit. In the Story Mode, you wake up as yet another soul in the depths of hell, unable to recall anything from your past. The devs stated that regardless of the censorship, the full game includes the following elements: “Gore, Brutal Sex Scenes, Lesbian and Gay Sex Scenes, Genital Physics, Eye Gouging, Heart Plucking, Children Heads Exploding, Setting Fire to Martyrs and Demons, Intense Violence, Strong Language and Drugs.”
Agony is now available on PC, Playstation 4 and Xbox One. Make sure to visit the official site for more information, and don’t forget to follow the devs on Twitter.