Earlier this month, farming and life simulator Roots of Pacha was delisted from Steam due to a dispute between developer Soda Den and the game's publisher Crytivo.
Soda Den claimed that Crytivo asked Valve to remove the game from the platform without its knowledge, while Crytivo claimed that Soda Den was attempting to void a contract the two were working under for the past three years of development.
Thankfully, the two have now come to an agreement. In a statement posted to the game's official Twitter account, the Soda Den and Crytivo teams explain that they've "worked tirelessly" to get the game back on Steam.
They explained that they reached a mutual agreement regarding the rights to the game, allowing them to make the game available on Steam once again.Read more on thegamer.com
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