World of Warcraft update removes problematic references to ‘gigantic sacks

One of those achievements was titled “My Sack is Gigantique” and had a NPC named Haris Pilton who would ask players “is your sack Gigantique” in the World’s End Tavern in Shattrath City.To get more news about safest place to buy wow gold, you can visit lootwowgold official website.

Another was titled “Bros. Before Ho Ho Ho’s” and had players using mistletoe on eight Alliance NPCs with “Brother” in their names. It will be renamed to “Holiday Bromance”.

Following the sexual harassment lawsuit against Activision Blizzard by the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing, the company vowed to remove inappropriate content from their games.

These changes to World of Warcraft are slight, but the latest to be made.

Blizzard will also change the name of Overwatch character Jesse McCree who was named after a developer involved in the company’s infamous “Cosby Suite” scandal.

However, more will need to be done to make meaningful change across Activision Blizzard.The pressure group ABetterABK are campaigning for change, but claim their demands have so far been unanswered.

Those demands include an end to mandatory arbitration clauses, diverse recruitment practices, compensation data made public, and support for the Diversity, Equity & Inclusion task force.

However, these have not been acknowledged by the “chief suite” of senior leadership.ABetterABK are joined by ABetterUbisoft in demanding reform in their respective companies following a similar sexual harassment scandal.

Together, they are campaigning for meaningful change across the industry, beyond the small changes implemented in games so far.