Satanic Video Game Encourages Players to ‘Sacrifice Friends to Demons’

A new video game has just been released that encourages players to perform Satanic rituals.

The new game, “Deceit 2,” urges players to “activate blood alters” and “sacrifice friends to demons.”

Video game news site Push Square reported on the new game that describes its objective as striving to “tear down the veil of reality.”

The new game is being categorized as a social survivor horror game that will be available for Sony’s PlayStation 4 and 5.

Per Steam:

Deceit 2 is a 6-9 player social deduction horror game where two among you have been Infected.

Whilst the Infected do the Game Master’s bidding, the Innocent must work together to escape the Ritual whilst deducing who is plotting against them. So who can you trust?

Infected players can activate Blood Altars located across the map, weakening the veil of reality until it breaks.

This transports all players to The In-Between, a parallel dimension in which the Infected have terrifying powers.

Infected players will wreak havoc and sabotage the efforts of innocent players, but can be eliminated if exposed outside of the In-Between.

The game includes graphic scenes of “blood sacrifices” and Sanatic rituals.


The game has been likened to a darker version of the hit video game “Among Us.”

During the days leading up to the 2020 Election, “Among Us” prohibited users from choosing “Vote4Trump” as their username.

Users were allowed to set their name as “Vote4Biden,” however.

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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