In Plague Inc., players can invent a deadly disease and try to wipe out the entire world before scientists find a cure. More than 50 million people have already downloaded the game from Google Play, which is also available on Steam under the name Plague Inc: Evolved.
However, Plague Inc. creator James Vaughn reminds players that it is simply ""a game, not a scientific model"" and encourages them to obtain information about the coronavirus from health authorities. ,'_com-medrectangle-3','ezslot_5',191,,_('div-gpt-ad-_com-medrectangle-3-0');
Vaughan stated, ""We have received a lot of questions from players and the media about the coronavirus outbreak in China."" Since its launch eight years ago, Plague Inc. has seen an increase in players whenever a disease outbreak occurs, as people attempt to comprehend the complexities of viral outbreaks and learn more about how diseases spread.
We made the game realistic and educational without sensationalizing serious real-world issues. The CDC and other world-renowned medical organizations have acknowledged this. Please keep in mind, however, that Plague Inc. is not a scientific model but rather a game, and that the coronavirus is a very real situation that is affecting a large number of people. Vaughn continued, ""We would always suggest that players obtain their information directly from local and global health authorities.""
To learn more about nCov.300,250],'_com-medrectangle-4','ezslot_6',192,,_('div-gpt-ad-_com-medrectangle-4-0'), the developers of Plague Inc. also directed players to the World Health Organization website.
Plague Inc./Rebel Inc.@NdemicCreationsA lot of people are asking about the ongoing Coronavirus outbreak. The World Health Organization has some great information here: According to the most recent reports, 213 people have already died from nCov, with nearly 10,000 cases of the virus. https://t.co/aG29SD68Iu https://t.co/kLFq6CmPGo9:05 PM Jan 22, 2020 180 73
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