Games Operators shares fall after Rustler release

The other day, on February 18, early access Steam released satirical action film Rustler, which was positioned as a โ€œmedieval GTAโ€. And the premiere, on the one hand, was successful: the budget of the game, which is about 440 thousand dollars, in three days paid off by 20% . According to the studio Games Operators, on the first day it was sold 6.

5 thousand copies of the game. Another 119,000 players added Rustler to the wishlist.

According to SteamDB, the maximum โ€œattendanceโ€ of the game was 225 people. While the start was relatively successful, the player ratings are positive by only 66%.

Most of all, buyers praise the humor of the game creators. But the technical side, management and gameplay causes a lot of garekaniya.

After the premiere of Rustler, shares of Games Operators fell by 31%. If previously for one share gave about 8.

5 dollars, now they have reached their historical low and are valued at 5. 6 dollars.

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