Voidpoint, the developers behind retro first person shooter Ion Fury, has released a joint statement with their publisher, retracting previous statements concerning homophobic content in their game. The decision comes as Voidpoint says it does not “support censorship of creative works of any kind”. The homophobic content had been discovered through a noclip cheat, showing
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