"Much of our policy on what we distribute is, and should be, reactionary: we just have to wait and see what comes through Steam Direct, then we must make a judgment about any risk to Valve, our developer partners. or our clients After significant research and analysis, we believe that 'Rape Day' presents unknown costs and risks and, therefore, will not be on Steam. "
"We respect the developers' desire to express themselves, and the purpose of Steam is to help developers find an audience, but this developer has chosen the content and a way to represent it that makes it very difficult for us to help them do so."
Certain aspects put to many the doubt that, if the videogame Rape Day could be really sold, but the declarations do not detail well on the type of similar content that would not be allowed to future.
was expected to be ready for its launch that was scheduled for April, but the developers said that the review process would take a little longer than expected, this because the artwork that delivered the title was illegal content in some countries and said that if the launch of the video game
was not allowed, other means would be sought to achieve it.