By Richa Noriega
Plague Inc., a simulation game where players create a pathogen in an effort to destroy the world with a deadly plague, has been offline after gaining a very high number of players amid the epidemic widespread of 2019 novel coronavirus (nCoV) that has killed more than 200 people.
The UK-based independent games studio Ndemic Creations said the website is currently unavailable after a trend of an increasing number of players wanting to find out how diseases spread amid the nCoV global emergency.
In a statement last Thursday, the company said it has been receiving a lot of questions from players and media.
Our website is currently offline due to very high player numbers. I’m copying our statement on the coronavirus outbreak here so people can still see it.https://t.co/pA6CUS7nJI pic.twitter.com/StXP6aemDe
— Plague Inc. / Rebel Inc. (@NdemicCreations) January 24, 2020
“Plague Inc. has been out for eight years now, and whenever there is an outbreak of disease we see an increase in players, as people seek to find out more about how diseases spread and to understand the complexities of…
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