I don't condone this game's release but yet logic questions the average gamer's thought process, that popping heads and blood gushing is just fine yet another violent crime is not ok? Games are not real and do not affect real life, say we to the non-gamers... They do not understand, right? I'm mostly worried about the unsupervised 12-18 year olds which may get their hands on this game. I'd rather see them play Fortnite tbh. The sad thing is that as "adults" in the general space of today's conversations, I don't think we have yet evolved to discuss such complex issues with a sense of empathy, sensibility and thick skin that is needed to elevate how we handle such issues, merely succumbing to virtue-signalling, fragile minds and callouts.