Additional developer names will be removed from the game

Additional developer names will be removed from the game

Additional developer names will be removed from the game

Not only Alex Afrasiabi’s name is deleted from WoW. The names and allusions of three other employees who had to leave the company during the sexism lawsuit against Blizzard will be removed from WoW.To get more news about safe wow gold, you can visit lootwowgold official website.

In the course of the sexism lawsuit against Blizzard, all references to Alex Afrasiabi were deleted from World of Warcraft at the end of July. The former Associate Quest Designer for WoW is facing some allegations of sexism and was the only employee named in the indictment. The developer, formerly known in the game as Furor or Valnoth, has been released since April 2020.

To Washington Post information references to Louis Barriga (former lead developer for WoW, later Diablo 4) and Jonathan LeCraft (former senior game designer) from World of Warcraft (buy now 14,99 €) removed.

Currently, another popular Blizzard game, “World of Warcraft,” still contains references to Jesse McCree in the form of five character names and one city name. However, multiple current employees who wished to remain anonymous out of fear of reprisal said Thursday that nods to the longtime level designer will be removed from the game soon as well. In addition, references to two other former Blizzard developers, “Diablo 4” director Luis Barriga and “World of Warcraft” designer Jonathan LeCraft, will also be removed. A Blizzard spokesperson confirmed these changes.
The two developers left the company alongside Jesse McCree in the course of the sexism lawsuit against Blizzard. In the game they are among other things through Crafticus Mindbender and Torturing LeCraft embodied. The Overwatch team has also drawn conclusions from the situation and will rename the hero McCree. In addition, fictional characters from the Overwatch universe should never again be named after active or former employees.


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