That same day, Today Tomorrow Labs, maker of Newton VR, said in a tweet that it would do the same:

Polytron, the independent game studio that made Fez and is currently developing the VR game SuperHyperLoop, has also dropped support for the platform.

“In a political climate as fragile and horrifying as this one, we cannot tacitly endorse these actions by supporting Luckey or his platform,” Polytron said in a statement. The company added: “If you are a voting citizen of the United States, please remember to register and make your voice heard this November 8th. Do not let bigotry, white supremacy, hate and fear win.”

Insomniac Studios, which made the famed Ratchet & Clank franchise and is currently building a VR adventure game, condemned Luckey’s actions in a statement to IGN, but did not say it would pull support for the platform:

“Insomniac Games condemns all forms of hate speech. While everyone has a right to express his or her political opinion, the behavior and sentiments reported do not reflect the values of our company. We are also confident that this behavior and sentiment does not reflect the values of the many Oculus employees we work with on a daily basis.”

Luckey said in a Facebook post on Friday (Sept. 23) that he’d only donated $10,000 to the meme group and that he was planning to vote for Gary Johnson. He also said he hadn’t posted to Reddit under the name “NimbleRichMan,” as The Daily Beast article had claimed. Gideon Resnick, a reporter at The Daily Beast, responded to that with an apparent screenshot of an email from Luckey, admitting that he had indeed posted under that name:

📬 Sign up for the Daily Brief

Our free, fast, and fun briefing on the global economy, delivered every weekday morning.