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The Day Before Devs Insist Their Game Is “Not A Scam”

After the latest delay of the long-awaited ‘zombie MMO’The Day Before‘, the rumors have resurfaced that the game is a real scam. It must be remembered that this week it was announced that the game was delayed until november this year after a legal dispute in the US linked to the rights to the name of the game itself.

Specific, just 1 month after its launchthe game suffered a delay of 8 months claiming that the name of the game had already been registered by someone else. This has raised suspicions enormously, since anything linked to trademark registrations is done even before announcing a project. Precisely for that, to prevent your name or web domain from being stolen.


In this way, it is curious that if the game was going to be released in a month, the company would not have registered the name. This now implies that they must pay to use it, or even the game change name.

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The studio behind The Day Before defends itself against scam allegations

The Day Before

Delayed a second time, and with little content released, developer Fntastic defends itself that “time will put everything in its place, and when the game comes out, people will finally see the truth“.


“We understand that some players, not seeing the entire set, may have concerns about the game,” the studio admitted to IGN. “All our attention has always been focused on the product itself. We have been creating the game for four years. All these years have been full of sweat and blood to make this game, and for many of our team, it is unpleasant to hear such accusations” .

We have not accepted a penny from the people: no crowdfunding, no pre-orders, no donations. The game is fully funded by Mytona, one of the largest mobile publishers in the world, who checked the build of the game at every milestone as per our contract.”

Regarding the strange circumstances of their most recent delay to November, Fntastic said that originally intended to announce a new delay. Even before this week’s news of a trademark dispute. He also claimed that the announcement would have been accompanied by a new 10 minute gameplay trailerbut “then you know what happened“.

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Finally, the studio behind The Day Before said they were “very confident that this matter will be resolved as we have strong legal partners. The extra time will allow us to better prepare for launch and make general improvements to the game. It will be even more polished, optimized and packed with content.“.

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We remind you of the affordable requirements for this game



  • SW: Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 64-bit
  • Processor: Intel Core i5-4430 or AMD FX-6300
  • Memory: 10GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 or AMD Radeon R7 370
  • DirectX: version 11
  • Grid: broadband internet connection
  • Storage: 75 GB of available space


  • Processor: Intel Core i5-6600K or AMD Ryzen 5 1600
  • Memory: 16GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB or AMD Radeon RX 580 4GB

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