last week , Activision Blizzard she was File a lawsuit for harassment and discrimination at work and team world of cans He was one who met to issue a joint statement to comment on the situation.
Among the measures that have been taken are some internal changes to protect some marginalized groups and also some changes in the game to remove non-playable characters that honor the people reported in the case.
check the Team message:
“The past few days have been a period of reflection for the World of Warcraft team, spent talking and reflecting, filled with sadness, pain and anger, but also hope and determination. As we listen to the brave women who took the initiative to share their experiences, we remain committed to taking action to ensure an inclusive, welcoming and safe environment. For both our team and our players at Azeroth.. Those of us who lead understand that we don’t have to decide when we reach our goal, but for our team and community to tell us we have more to do.
“As we seek guidance from our employees on our internal work to protect marginalized groups and punish those who threaten them, we also want to act immediately in Azeroth to remove inappropriate references to our world. This work is in progress and you will see a lot of changes like this in both Shadowlands and WoW Classic in Coming days.
“We know that to restore trust, we need to earn it through our actions in the coming weeks and months. But we continue to know that we share our community’s vision of creating a place where people of all races, ethnicities, sexual orientations and backgrounds can thrive and be proud that they are their home.”
One of the in-game changes is the removal of an NPC that honored former Design Director Alex Afrasiabi, who was mentioned in the process as someone whose harassment was reported, but nothing was done at the time.
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