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Game companies send messages to support black communities

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The whole world has eyes riveted on the United States right now. Events and demonstrations take place in all major cities in America, some becoming violent. These protests were triggered by the murder of George Floyd by the police under their custody. There are many people, many communities that are suffering right now and it may be wrong to celebrate other things during this period. That’s why many publishers and developers from the video game industry have made statements for black communities. While words can have little impact in the big scheme of things, it is reassuring to know that we see ourselves and we care.

Above, we have illustrated the support messages from (left right, from top to bottom) insomniac, Sony, Naughty Dog and Bethesda. They denounce racism and violence, tackle systemic injustice and plead for support for national and local organizations. They also include one thing: #blacklivesmatter. Although this hashtag and the organization have existed for years, it is refreshing to see as many companies in the game industry unite under this banner.

These messages are also accompanied by ads and reveal delays. EA delayed his first glimpse of Madden 21 and Sony delayed the PS5 game event of June 4th. Other industries have adopted similar positions. For example, the music and entertainment industry has called for an interruption or stopping production and events, some with the hashtag #heshowmustbepaued.

How do you show your support for color communities? Let us know in the comments below.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, Warzone Adds a Black Live Matter screen before matches

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and warzone Added the Black Lives Matter screen to support events in the United States and in many parts of the world.

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Events focus on systemic racism and police brutality as a result of George Floyd’s death in Minneapolis last week and have particularly sounded on the video game industry because many events, including the revelation of PS5 games, have been delayed to give way to more important voices. understood.

The Infinity Ward developer has added a black screen before each game and a short message to show supporting the cause of Black Lives Matter.

The message indicates that our community suffers. The systemic inequalities that our community knows are again in the center of the stage.

Application of Duty and Infinity Ward represent equality and inclusion, said the note. We are against racism and injustice that our black community endures.

Infinity Ward also calls for a change and tries to propose appropriate measures to help the cause and get rid of racism even during his games.

The studio indicated that it deployed additional resources to monitor and identify racist content, additional reporting systems in the game to increase the number of prohibitions per hour and filters and more restrictions on Name changes among other measures.

We make thousands of daily banners of racist and hateful names, explains the developer in particular. We apologize to our players, he adds, recognizing that he must do a better job.

The new appointment of duty seasons, both on mobile and on console / PC, was postponed to subsequent dates this should be revealed soon.

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