Fri, Jan 26 2018, Valve reported me a copyright complaint and BR9732 is now removed from Steam.
The complaint doesn’t come from Warner Bros., the IP holders. That’s why it’s a bit annoying to me and I’m trying to figure out because I have a clear agreement of principle from Warner Bros L.A. Digital Department since Nov 2017.
During these 3 years, I always made a point of honor to inform everybody through my devblog and social networks about this fan project, IP holders always first.
I’m really disappointed with that kind of behavior on a free fan made project generating $0 and not taking profit to anyone and I want to insist on the fact that I would never have distributed this experience without the agreement of the IP holder.
At this moment, I’m waiting for one last clarification from WB but I still don’t have any reply from the plaintiff.
Keep in touch with the devblog or my twitter account. I’ll surely post some updates in the coming days.
Once again, I would like to thank everybody, donators, supporters, followers, fans, … I’m so glad all of you liked my work. The very positive review score and all the kind messages is the best reward ever!
I’ll also never forget that second week of Jan 2018 where I saw BR9732 first in the charts on New Popular Releases 3 days in a row right above PUBG 😐 … all these guys testing on twitch and other funny youtube videos made me and my friends laugh quite a lot 🙂