Hatred: A Destructive Twist Of Ethics?

Hatred is the first game by Polish developer Destructive Creations which was announced on October 16, 2014.  Hatred  is a shooter game played in an isometric perspective. The character of the game is a male individual who is set on a genocidal mission proclaiming that “no one is worth saving”.  Players run around the game killing innocent civilians and police officers. These individuals have been said to even be used as human shields. Trailer gameplay illustrates many ruthless executions such as multiple stabbings, and shotgun blows to the head.

This game has received many negative responses to its storyline concept as Epic Games, maker of the Unreal Engine, requested to have Unreal’s logo removed from the trailer. Destructive Creations are fully aware of the controversy tangled to this game as they had this to say on their Facebook page:

“Here we go… Brace yourselves for the reveal trailer of our first game – Hatred. Love it, or hate it. There’s no in-between!  Spread it on the web! Share it! Bring it everywhere and let the haters hate! (And they will, oh they will…)”

Hatred developers are hoping they can make their game available to PC gamers via Steam. With many concerns behind the ethics of the game it may to prove to be difficult. As we’ve tackled the endless belief that violent games have correlation to the upbringing of violent people we continue to prove this notion incorrect.  Regardless of whether or not this game makes it to release we need to keep in mind that at the end of the day this just a game. With such movies like Natural Born Killers it only portrays individual state of minds, which holds no truth to the gaming world as a whole.

 Hatred Gameplay Trailer:


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