The Russian developer Mundfish recently went gold with their upcoming title Atomic Heart, but received fierce criticism two weeks ago for a statement on Russia's war against Ukraine, which was considered very vague and also never explicitly said they didn't support Russia.
After GamesRadar reached out to Mundfish regarding all these findings, the company replied this about harvesting user data:
"Our game and website DO NOT collect any information or data. The website's privacy statement is outdated and wrong, and should have been removed years ago. We have shut down the shop to assure our fans of the integrity of our studio and products. We apologize for any confusion on this matter."
They didn't mention anything of the other accusations though, so we suspect Atomic Heart (a game about a future Soviet Union) might continue to be a controversial title as it's hard to say how much involvement the Russian regime has in the game in various ways - like its content.