30 years later, the creator launches a new phase to help Ukraine

Almost 30 years later, the classic Conviction II won a new phase. John Romero, co-founder of the studio that launched the game, created the new scene to raise funds for Ukraine.

According to his Twitter post, Romero will donate 100% of sales to the Red Cross and the United Nations Emergency Response Fund, which helps civilians in the country after the Russian invasion.

The DLC, called One Humanity, is sold for 5 euros on Romero’s online store. Obviously, it is also necessary to have an original copy of Doom II for some current platforms.

This is yet another example of support for Ukraine (or retaliation against Russia) by the gaming community. Yesterday (2), EA announced the removal of the national team of Russia and Russian teams from FIFA 22.


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