Code of Conduct

Hello friends,

We here at the Darwin Project factory put great store by our loyal handsome following. Players have expressed strong appreciation for the positive, fun-loving community that’s developed around our game. As this community grows, our goal is to maintain those good vibes forever. A live action death sport is no place for being mean.

The Code of Conduct applies in-game and across all our channels. These are not final, and may change from time to time. We encourage you to check back here regularly to stay updated.

If you see contestants or Show Directors violating any of the terms below, you can report them either mid-match (through the Pause Menu) or at the end of the match. We will consider these reports seriously and take appropriate action when needed.


We value a safe, positive, and fun gaming environment for all. Hate speech, excessive profanity, discriminatory language, obscenity, threats, spam, abuse, and other forms of harassment or illegal behaviour are strictly prohibited.


Using hacks or software of any kind that gives you an unfair advantage, as well as promoting said software, are serious offenses and are automatically subject to suspension.


Teaming is actively conspiring with another person from beginning to end, whether they are a contestant or a Show Director.


When you encounter bugs or glitches in the game, do not use them to your advantage (instead, report them to us!). There is no fulfillment in this kind of victory, only shame.


Personal details about you or other people, including account information, should remain private to ensure yours and other players’ safety.


Do not claim to be another person, such as a Scavengers Studio employee.


Player misbehavior will not go unpunished. If you have been issued a suspension, it is your responsibility to serve your sanction. Circumventing punishment will only incur more penalties.



Depending on their severity, any player found to have participated in activities that violate the Code of Conduct is subject to the following:

A written warning may be given by Community Moderators or Community Managers. A total of three (3) warnings may result in a temporary suspension.

Length of time and specific channels may vary depending on the severity of the violation, as decided by the Community Managers.


Repeated violations of Darwin Project’s Code of Conduct, as well as the End User License Agreement, will often result to a permanent ban from the game and its community.


Private Matches

Players are welcome to create their own game modes and rules in private matches, as long as there is consensus from all its contestants and Show Director. However, serious offenses such as cheating, abuse, and sharing private information will still not be tolerated.