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Blizzard will continue to remove references to those involved in the scandal

Blizzard will continue to remove references to those involved in the scandal

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by: Nicholas Vasquez | 28-08-21

Activision Blizzard went through a very difficult time after learning that the studio environment had abuse and harassment in their environment. Due to this, the team responsible for World of Warcraft was tied to these events and the project manager was fired last year.

As a measure to restore the trust of its community, the company seeks to eliminate any reference to the persons involved. As proof of that, we recently got a name Watch character, to name him after one of his former employees.

In line with this trend, Blizzard World of Warcraft: Shadowlands Update 9.1.5 will be released. An update that will seek to make changes that reflect its values ​​and visibility in harassment reports. That is why the company published a statement on its account Twitter clarifies the state of the game.

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Despite the fact that within the study’s official statement it does not specify what changes it will make, more details have been revealed to the broker computer games. Thanks to them, we were able to find out that all references to Jesse McCree, Luis Barriga and Jon LeCraft will be removed from the MMO. In addition to the creators who left the company early August.

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