Respawn Entertainment appeared on Twitter this week with statement condemning the “increased harassment” faced by its employees over the various issues plaguing the popular battle royale shooter Apex Legends.
In a statement, Respawn said that while he “loves to hear feedback” from the community, attacking developers is not healthy constructive criticism. The studio continued saying it would work to “respect the collaborative environment” for its employees and players. “We welcome the community’s input, but the line between constructive feedback and harassing our development team cannot be crossed,” said Respawn. “We want to remind our players that we have a zero-tolerance policy for the risks and harassment of our developers. We will take appropriate measures to ensure the health and safety of our team. “
Live game existing under The Fall of Titan universe, Apex Legends During the three years of existence, many changes have taken place on the market. New game modes, more playable characters, additional equipment options – the Battle Royale shooter is no longer what it used to be, even though the dice remain largely same. As usual with game development, things break when new things are introduced. For example, the sound has apparently he was caught for years. Matchmaking has frustrated the community so much, casuals and professionals began to blame each other for breaking the game. There are also bugs that affect everything from research down hit detection. In brief, Apex Legends it is in a constant state of adaptation Respawn solves the problems of the game.
But although Respawn may be aware of this lots of Affecting Problems Apex Legendsthat didn’t stop the hardcore characters from demanding that the team fix things now, not later. Across the Internet, from Twitter to the game’s official subreddit, there are complaints from players pressuring Respawn to “stop pretending”The game works fine. This is a vocal community. It’s full of people looking to hack programmers who just do their job. I mean, it is all of Reddit post calling for “authorized” players. To be honest,is it not true
Although years of harassment prompted Respawn to make this statement, some in tweets mentions indicated down Apex Legends content creator Jacob “HisWattson” McMillin as potential culprit. The voiced Twitch streamer and Apex Legends professional for the US branch of the Brazilian esports organization FuryHisWattson was allegedly caught saying he “hates” Apex legendhead of security Conor “Hideouts” Ford earlier this month in DM with reported Apex Legends AutyzmGaming hacker. Screenshots come to light, EA reportedly blacklisted HisWattson from tournamentsprobably because of his tongue. HisWattson explained his intentions in response to his tweets, saying “not just bash [EA/Respawn] on Twitter “and that his choice of words was” wrong “because it was wrong. Still, people were not very kind to HisWattson expressing openly its supposed hatred of programmers.
And that’s the point: you don’t have to say you “hate” the people making games to criticize the game itself. Developing games is hard enough as shareholders breathe people by imposing impossible deadlines to fill management’s pockets at the expense of their employees’ well-being. Pilling for developers, attacking them for things out of their control, right. Seriously, people do you must learn to relax and be respectful of others.
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