Alt-right video game lets you play as Donald Trump and slaughter queer people and drag queens
Buckle your seatbelts and prepare for some truly delightful reading, for an alt-right video game that sees players control US president Donald Trump and murder drag queens and queer folk will be released next month.
Jesus Strikes Back 2: The Resurrection is a single-player third-person shooter developed and published by 2Genderz Productions, since rebranded to 2GenPro, and we really recommend taking deep breaths between each sentence you read for this story.
It’s the sequel to the 2019 game, Jesus Strikes Back: Judgement Day which allowed users to take control of “Gamerz” such as Adolf Hitler, Russian president Vladimir Putin, Brazillian leader Jair Bolsonaro and Brenton Tarrant, the perpetrator of the Christchurch mosque shootings.
Video game lets users gun down ‘rainbow deviants’ and ‘furry deviants’.
The goal of the alt-right video game series is to slaughter as many LGBT+ folk and left-wing political figures as possible, set in a world ruled by gay billionaire reptile Satanists that is then overrun by… radical illegal aliens.
For its sequel, it will be “69 years”, because of course, since the events of the last game.
“This time, literally Satan himself and his army of demons, commies and socialists have declared war on Earth,” the game’s product listing reads.
Players can choose from the likes of British prime minister Boris Johnson, Trump, Bolsonaro and Putin, according to screenshots, all men with spotty or outrightly anti-gay track records.
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Screenshots and the trailer show the protagonists trawling wide-open meadows, school gymnasiums and plush hotels brutally battering victims.
Locations include “The Diversity Museum, Gender Studies Academy, Rot Child’s Manor and Club Rainbow”, according to developers.
In one clip, Pepe the Frog – comic-book character-turned alt-right meme – attacks a “furry deviant”, a man wearing nothing but a dog mask and black Y-front underwear.
Another clip shows Trump gunning down “rainbow militants”, who appear to be drag queens, in a club, eerily echoing the Pulse shooting.
Developer insists the game is a ‘satirical parody satirising modern political culture’.
The game has an April 7 release, according to its listing on Steam, a video game digital distribution service by Valve.
In the wake of a wave of backlash from video game fans and industry leaders, 2GenPro published a disclaimer on their website stating the game series not “for entertainment purposes only”.
Moreover, the series is “not intended to be political statements” and is a “satirical parody” not intended to encourage offline, real-world violence of any nature.