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The sexy farm game Breeding Season, once a vast Patreon popularity, has been removed from Patreon

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“Harvest Moon meets Hentai” has been a victim of poorly designed contracts.

Kotaku is publishing unsatisfied reports about the current state of the Breeding Season. The “Harvest Moon meets Hentai” sexual game was, as per PledgeSociety, had been bringing in over $42,000 per month via Patreon. Despite that staggering figure, the entire event was canceled due to disagreements with former Art Director Vladimir Sandler.

A Breeding Season blog post written by project creator “Harista-PipeBomb”–HBomb for short–says Sandler, who also goes by the names S-Purple and Shwig, was given an “incredibly generous contract” when he began work on the game that granted him, among other things, full rights to the artwork he created for it. The contract was signed before Breeding Season became a big success, but a deal is an agreement, and the ties that it has created continue to hold. Last month, Sandler abruptly stopped work. Later this week, the project, dubbed Cloud Meadow, “bearing huge similarities to Breeding Season,” featuring artwork created by Sandler and his wife, was launched on Patreon.

“S had gone entirely behind our backs to spend an entire month’s worth of work (for which he collected over $9,000 of patron money, by the way) working on a new project that he planned to abandon Breeding Season entirely for,” the blog post of HBomb mentions. “Not one time did he ever mention to me the possibility of a possible departure from the project or confronted me directly about his desire to change his direction. Instead, he chose to take the most cowardly option and went as far as subtask (another artist)who was a fellow artist) into thinking that the work the artist was doing was in the interest of Breeding Season and then straight-up deceived us.”

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The issue, however, the real problem is that Sandler has reportedly walked away with half of the studio’s money–as was permitted according to conditions of the contract. He then demanded that all the assets he had created in the Breeding Season be removed from the studio. Sandler also rejected the offer of HBomb to purchase the help even though, as per the blog post, he wouldn’t be in a position to use the assets.

“This will leave Breeding Season half-stripped of assets. In effect, this means that we will have to scrap the whole project as it is, requiring us to begin starting from scratch,” the post says. “There is no valid justification for him to take this action other than to be an emotional man-child who has destroyed another’s Sandcastle. It is impossible to repurpose the assets to use in a different project since everything that’s inspired by my designs or was influenced by one of the other animators or artists also together belongs to me. It’s not possible to be to let him do what he did at every level.”

There’s a personal hatred in the air, and it sounds like an awful way to go about it. However, Sandler declared in an unrelated blog article by himself that he did not take this action “out of spite, nor greed, but through legitimate disagreements with HBomb’s method of management.” He admitted that the current Cloud Meadow project is his and said he had created the project to “save what I could of the Breeding Season Project, and deliver on the spirit of the promises made by [Breeding Season].”

“The way the actual Breeding Season game development was going, it would never have been finished, even if myself and the other artists worked 24/7,” the author wrote. “I had intended not to take the money owed to me for the month I worked on this from Breeding Season’s accounts, and simply announce this at the same time as I announced my resignation so that people would see that while Breeding Season might finally be dead, they would still have a valid option for funding a game about banging monster girls/boys and running a monster farm.”

It seems that the Breeding Season Wiki gives a little the possibility of it being renewed, stating that the project is canceled “until further notice,” but HBomb’s message is simple. “That’s the end of it. This is the last time. All of the other participants would like to carry in the project following that,” he wrote. “Breeding Season is over; we’re still not out of alpha. Every promise we’ve ever made is ruined by the fact that I placed too much faith in another person to be a good person. It’s this isn’t even the right thing. I put my trust in him to complete the non-fucking insane thing.”

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Plenty of filthy laundries is inevitably likely to be released before the issue is resolved; however, as Kotaku notes, the true losers are the Breeding Season supporters. There’s a demand for games like this–it’s the second-highest-earning project on Pledge Society–and people who are into it don’t have many other options. There’s no way to find the kind of game you can play on Steam in the end, after all. It’s another cautionary tale of the dangers of crowdfunding for the more prominent players: If an Indie game that pulls at least $42,000 per month doesn’t get to the top of the list, then there are no guarantees available anyplace.

Even though the project was canceled. However, a Breeding Season alpha build remains accessible to download If you’d like to take a glimpse of what it’s about.

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The launch will not allow you to edit multiplayer maps or play Halo Infinite in co-op

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These will be added to the game over time.

Halo Infinite will be released this holiday season. However, at launch, you won’t have the ability to play campaign mode with your friends or edit multiplayer levels using Forge mode. Developer 343 Industries announced Friday.

“When we looked at these experiences — campaign coop and Forge – we made the determination [that] that they’re just simply not ready,” Joseph Staten (head of creative on Halo Infinite) said in a video. “So campaign co-op will be kept in the oven for a bit longer. We’ll release them next year as part of our season roadmap when they’re complete.

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CAMPAIGN CO-OP IS TARGETED FOR SEASON TWO, WHILE FORGE IS SET FOR SEASON THREE

Staten stated that 343 Industries plans to ship campaign co-op and Forge in the second season. Staten stated that 343 Industries aims to ship a new season approximately every three months. This means that campaign co-op will likely arrive around three months after launch, while Forge will arrive six months later.

Halo’s campaign cooperative and Forge mode are two hallmarks of the series, so fans may be disappointed to learn that they won’t be available at launch. However, 343 remains committed to launching the campaign this holiday season and season one multiplayer.

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Staten said, “We’ll soon be discussing our actual release date.” Xbox is hosting an event in just a few days on August 24th, so perhaps Microsoft and 343 Industries will reveal the date there.

HALO INFINITE HAS HAD A BIT OF ROCKY HISTORY

The latest delays in campaign co-op, Forge and Forge are all part of Halo Infinite’s recent history. The original release date for the game was 2020. However, it was delayed to 2021 after a campaign that revealed the origins of the Craig meme. Staten, who was involved in the initial three Halo games, was brought on board soon after.

Despite its slow development, however, the recent multiplayer technical preview was very positive. This could suggest that the game will live to fans’ expectations when it finally releases this holiday season. You’ll need to wait for the game to be released to play it with your friends or modify it in Forge mode.

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Two-hour event with trailers and announcements

Gamescom, the largest in-person gaming conference, will be taking place virtually for the second consecutive year due to the pandemic. Although it may disappoint those unable to travel to Cologne, Germany, for the conference, the online presentation allows viewers to view all the highlights from home. Geoff Keighley’s two-hour-long Opening Night Live event focuses on exactly that. It features new Gamescom trailers and announcements as well as guest appearances.

What can you expect? Keighley promises to walk through a Call of Duty: Vanguard campaign level on the latest consoles. There will also be big news on Splitgate, the portal-based competitive FPS game that has been very popular recently. Keighley will also update you on Lego Star Wars, The Skywalker Saga and reveal the next Saints Row.

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WHAT TIME DOES OPENING NIGHT LIVE TO BEGIN?

Opening Night Live will not be happening at night for some people. Opening Night Live starts at 2PM ET/ 11AM PST/ 7PM BST. This allows you to tune in during your midday break. Your boss will not notice that you are gone for two hours. Depending on your location, it can be either before or after work.

WHERE CAN YOU IMMEDIATELY VIEW OPENING NIGHTS LIVE?

Like many other streams of game events, this one is also available on YouTube, Twitch and Twitter.

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Call of Duty: Vanguard has been announced. More information will be available in Warzone on August 19

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Activision released a teaser video.

Call of Duty: Vanguard-Official Teaser

Activision officially announced Call of Duty: Vanguard as the next title in its hugely successful series. A teaser video was released on Monday. The video isn’t apparent, as it only shows footage from four locations that each have a mysterious face. However, it appears that the game will be set during World War II and likely on the four fronts.

Although details are scarce right now, more information will be available about Call of Duty: Vanguard during an event within Call of Duty: Warzone on August 19 at 12:30 PM ET. This is the series’ take at a free-to-play battle royale shooter.

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Call of Duty: Vanguard will be developed by Sledgehammer Games. They also created Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, Call of Duty: WWII, etc. The new game arrives as California sues Activision Blizzard for allegedly fostering a “constant sexual harassment culture.”

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