Chechen authorities demand satisfaction because of game about vampires in Chechnya
The Swedish company apologized for the “Sultan Ramzan” and the Caucasian army of the undead in the game, but the republic is waiting for monetary compensation.
The Chechen Minister for National Policy and External Relations, Jambulat Umarov, demanded satisfaction from the Swedish company Paradox Interactive which released a board game with Chechen vampires and their sultan named Ramzan.
Vampire: The Masquerade was considered a “grave insult,” and the apologies of the game developers were taken as mockery, TASS reports.
“I would like to hear the colleagues, what satisfaction will be, if they are going to bring it at all, what specific monetary equivalent are we talking about, how we will live with it,” said Umarov.
In the game, Sultan Ramzan reigns over the army of the undead on the territory of Chechnya, and the media sells fictions about persecution of gays in order to distract the public from the true essence of the power elite. The company promised to remove this episode from the game.