A recent statement from Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick, released in the aftermath of the California state California lawsuit detailing a history of discrimination and harassment at the studio. The statement stated that information WoTLK Gold that’s deemed “inappropriate” would disappear in Activision Blizzard games but did not elaborate on what this could mean. An additional statement by the WoW development team says that they will take steps that would “remove references that are not appropriate for our world.”
This statement could refer in the direction of removing NPCs and items named after the former WoW game director Alex Afrasiabi, named in the California lawsuit for allegedly having a pattern of sexual harassment. Activision Blizzard has since confirmed that Afrasiabi was dismissed from the business in the summer of the year 2020 for indiscretion, and the items and NPCs associated with Afrasiabi’s name have since been taken out of the most recent version of Shadowlands however they are present for WoW Classic.
Some Of WoW’s Biggest Content Creators have decided to quit the Game
Two of World of Warcraft ‘s biggest creators of content, Preach Gaming and MadSeasonShow, are quitting Blizzard’s long-running MMO in search of better pastures although they each have different reasons for moving to other areas.
In a new clip titled “End of an Era – Why We’re no longer covering WoW,” Preach explained why the channel has decided to stop every day WoW programming, and cites recently filed California lawsuit filed against Activision Blizzard over the company’s suspected “frat boys” culture of sexual harassment, and the current state of WoW’s current Shadowlands cheap WOW WoTLK Classic Gold expansion. Preach states that after recent accusations and the reaction of Activision Blizzard leadership, he does not feel comfortable promoting Blizzard’s game.