- Jul 7, 2018
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Given the capricious nature of the CCP as well as cultural differences, I would suggest that unless you are actually in china, you should not pin all your hopes on the Chinese market to make a profit. It certainly won't hurt to market to them, but for all you know, one year, your game might be perfectly Okay on steam there, and the next it is booted off steam for reasons you do not truly comprehend.Steam removed all "R18+" games in the regional store of China on Feb.11
You can't make it successful if your players can't buy your game.
Just something for your consideration.
Personally, I will not actively make R18+ content in my game.
But, I will provide mod support to a degree... (All the graphics assets can be "overwrite", and customized contents made by players can be added into my game, including scripts/maps/items...basically everything. It just lacks a user-friendly interface right now.)
After all, Skyrim was not an R18+ game...