Respawn Entertainment took to Twitter this week a statement Condemning the “increased harassment” its employees have tackled the various issues plaguing the popular battle royale shooter. Apex Legends,
In the statement, Respawn said that although it “loves to hear feedback” from the community, attacking developers is not healthy constructive criticism. The studio continued, saying it would work to “foster a respectful, collaborative environment” for its employees and players. “We welcome community input, however, the line between constructive feedback and harassment from our dev team cannot be crossed,” said Respawn. “We want to remind our players that we have a zero-tolerance policy for threats and harassment from our developers. We will take appropriate action to ensure the health and safety of our team.”
a live service game within Titan fall Universe, Apex Legends The market has seen many changes in the three-ish years. New game modes, more playable characters, extra gear options – the battle royale shooter isn’t what it used to be, despite the massive bones remaining Same. As is customary in game development, things break when new things are introduced. audio, for example, is apparently busted for years. Matchmaking has frustrated the community so much, Casuals and professionals start blaming each other To ruin the game. Then there are bugs, which affect everything Investigation To hit detection, In short, Apex Legends is in a constant state of adaptation As Respawn removes game problems.
But while Respawn might know about it crowd of issues affecting Apex Legends, that hasn’t stopped the fanatical stance from demanding that the team fix things now, not later. All over the internet, from Twitter to the game’s official subreddit, there are complaints about players pressuring Respawn.stop pretending“The game works fine. It’s a vocal community. It’s full of people who are only willing to shed tears at the developers doing their job. I mean, there is a whole reddit After Calling Out “Deserved” Players, honestly, aIsn’t that true?
While the years of harassment have prompted Respawn to deliver this statement, Something in tweet pointed to mention To Apex Legends Content creator Jacob “His Watson” as McMillin a potential culprit, a vocal twitch dreamer and Apex Legends Supporter For the US Division of the Brazilian Export Organization Furyit was watson Allegedly caught saying he “hates” Apex Legendsecurity chief Connor “Hideout” Ford noted in DM earlier this month Apex Legends Hacker AutismGaming. With the screenshots coming to light, EA reportedly blacklisted Hizwatson from the tournamentMaybe because of his language. his watson make your intentions clear In response to his tweets, saying that he “just wasn’t going to bash” [EA/Respawn] on Twitter” and his word choice was “poor” because he was angry. Still, people didn’t take it very politely to his watson to express openly he is considered hate for developers,
And that’s the thing: You don’t have to say “hate” to the people making the game to criticize the game. Game development is hard enough because it is, with shareholders breathing down their throats, imposing impossible deadlines in executives’ pockets at the expense of the well-being of their employees., heaps on the developers, attack them for things Out of their control, isn’t it? Seriously, people really Need to learn to calm the hell down and have some respect for others.
my box HisWattson and Respawn have been reached for comment.