2015’s Most Controversial Game ‘Hatred’ is Ready for Pre-Order with Some Extras


Hatred has received some of the best promotion possible for a new game by being so controversial that even stalwart ‘freedom of expression’ supporters questioned whether or not it should be released. From it’s pull off of Steam Greenlight to its reinstatement by Valve head honcho Gabe Newll himself this equals a lot of free advertising for a small studio out of Poland.  The game that divided gaming industry and started a loud discussion among gaming and mainstream journalists about the limits of creative freedom is now available for pre-orders.


There are two editions to choose from:

  • Digital version with a bonus official game soundtrack available for 16.66€ (Approx $19.00)
  • Digital version with a bonus official game soundtrack and a T-shirt available for 36.66€ (Approx $42.00)

The second edition is limited to 1485 units only so make it quick before it’s gone!

The game is an isometric twin stick shooter, where the player takes the role of a cold-blooded Antagonist, who is full of hatred for humanity.


  • An isometric twin stick shooter.
  • 7 free-roam, diversified locations.
  • Innovative technology giving a possibility to destroy almost any environmental elements on the way.
  • Wide arsenal of guns and items of destruction.
  • Unreal Engine 4 PhysX system boundaries pushed to the limits
  • Easy to learn but hard to master gameplay with elements of tactics and side quests.
  • Black & white visual style of the game emphasizing the atmosphere of doom.