Hatred Latest Updates
Free Hatred DLC adds Survival Mode levels, new difficulty settings and more
Destructive Creations has updated its controversial shooter Hatred with a new slice of DLC, adding three new maps for the game's Survival mode, and a bunch of other new bits and pieces. It also adds three playable characters, a new ranking system that gradually unlocks weapons and perks as you level up, global leaderboards and Steam achievements, as well as new 'Story' and 'Insane' difficulty levels, at opposite ends of the spectrum.
Destructive Creations announce Hatred will release June 1st
Twin-stick shooter Hatred from developer Destructive Creations will be beginning its "genocide crusade" at the start of June. It's powered by Unreal Engine 4 and is exclusive so far to PC. It's unlikely to spread to any other platform any time soon given the 'mass-killing sociopath' we play as, known as the Antagonist. Its subject matter and overall level of carnage will keep it stuck with an AO rating.
Hatred is now back on Steam Greenlight
After popping up on Steam Greenlight earlier this week, Destructive Creations' controversial shooter Hatred was pulled by Valve, who said that based on what they'd seen of the game they "would not publish Hatred on Steam." After two days of free publicity for Destructive Creations, and a tonne of debate about censorship and discussion as to what exactly Valve's criteria for deciding a game is too offensive to sell actually is, the company appears to have changed its mind. Hatred is back on Greenlight.
Valve pulls controversial shooter Hatred from Steam Greenlight after less than a day
Destructive Creations' highly controversial shooter Hatred, in which you play a gunman who massacres civilians and police personnel, hit Steam Greenlight yesterday. That didn't last very long, however. Valve swiftly pulled the game from their service, and the developers have released their own statement in response.
Destructive Creations reveals Hatred, an isometric shooter with a mass killing agenda
Destructive Creations is a relatively new development studio in Poland that is working on its first game called Hatred, an isometric shooter that is all about killing the public and any law enforcement officers that get in your way. You take control of a cold blooded antagonist, who is full of hatred for humanity. It's essentially a horror game, but what's different about this is that you'll be the villain inflicting the horror, as you travel the streets of New York blasting people through seven free-roam levels.