GSC Game World raises over £ 600,000 in aid to Ukraine

Ukrainian developer GSC Game World has completed its charity sale, which has raised around £ 612,557 for humanitarian organizations helping the people of the country.

After Russia began its invasion of Ukraine on February 24, kyiv, Ukraine-based GSC Game World, announced that it was developing shelves on its next title, Stalker 2: Heart of Chornobyl. Then, on April 4, the developer announced that it would also be offering all of its published games at a discount, with any proceeds from the sale being transferred to Combe Back Alive fund.

The sale is complete and has raised approximately £ 612,557 ($ 800,000). GSC Game World announced the news in a Steam post, saying: “[Un] a matter of great pride to our community. Thank you all! For those who listen to the Ukrainians. For those who open their doors to Ukrainians.

“Those who do not stand aside: tweet, show their support, correspond, provide help, take to the streets around the world, donate money, take part in charity sales, take part in ranks of volunteers. , they nourish the hungry, hinder, protect, treat, transport, rescue and never go back.

The promoter also said that after taxes and warehousing commissions, all funds would be donated to the charity Come Back Alive, which aims to help the Ukrainian military during the Russian invasion.

Information was released in March suggesting that GSC Game World was moving its studio and all its employees to the Czech Republic. Pavel Barák, then president of the Czech Republic Game Developers Association, said: “I can confirm that the GSC studio contacted the Association early last week, saying that they were studying the Czech Republic and the countries neighbors. They needed help with legal and labor issues. “

At the time of publication it is not clear whether GSC Game World has successfully moved from kyiv, Ukraine.

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