Steam removes Super Dungeon Bros from library due to payment issues
Super Dungeon Bros is now out, allowing gamers to embark on challenging quests with heavy metal heroes Axl, Lars, Freddie and Ozzie. You can play on your own or with up to 4 friends and raid the deepest dungeons of Rökheim in search of epic loot, hordes of evil undead and the legends of long-lost fabled rock stars.
The launch of the final version of Super Dungeon Bros unsettled many gamers when they received a notification from Steam informing them that the Super Dungeon Bros Beta 2 has been removed from Library due to payment issues.
Beta week keys allow players to access the game for a week and are usually removed only when the testing phase ends. What bothers gamers is the annoying message from Steam that makes people sound like criminals for activating keys they were given. This kind of message creates a lot of negative impact.
Wired Productions, the game’s publisher, quickly offered more information, explaining that the message is just a default message.
Hi, the Beta officially ended last Monday as advertised and has now been removed ahead of the launch tomorrow. It seems a default message has been issued alongside this stating its withdrawal is due to payment issues, when in fact its just the natural end of the Beta. This is a generic message that has been issued and we apologise for any confused caused. Thank you for all your support in joining the Super Dungeon Bros Beta and once more, I’m sorry for the messaging that went along with the Beta key withdrawal.
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