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7 Days To Die Was Removed From Steam

The Fun Pimps Entertainment's 7 Days to Die, a first-person survival horror game, has been pulled from Steam Greenlight following a DMCA notice from Tripwire Interactive, alleging the game directly appropriates assets from its title Killing Floor.

7 Days To Die's Steam Greenlight page was taken down due to a copyright violation. The takedown notice was filed on behalf of Tripwire Interactive, the developer of co-op shooter Killing Floor. As it turns out, 7 Days features a zombie that resembles a striking resemblance to the Clot, one of the monsters in Killing Floor.

The infringement was first noticed during 7 Days to Die's Kickstarter campaign back in August, in which alpha footage of the game depicted an enemy model apparently lifted in its entirety from Killing Floor (shown above). Tripwire sourced the stolen asset to an illegally ripped model placed on the Unity asset store, which has since been removed and seen its uploader banned. And if you want to buy 7 Days to Die CD Key, visit z2u.com, a professional online in-game currency store.

Buscaglia tried to reach out to Fun Pimps but was unable to contact them. He says that the studio removed their contact information from their website because they were being inundated with emails following their Kickstarter campaign's success. With no way to get in touch with Fun Pimps, Buscaglia said he had no choice but to file takedown notices with Steam (for the game's Greenlight page) and YouTube (for the trailer).

On the 7 Days to Die forums, a Fun Pimps representative acknowledged the DMCA takedown and said: "We're working to sort this out and are actively dealing with the lawyers and such to have the issue resolved... We'll be releasing an update with the asset remove soon."
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