Like most people, the developers of Dice said goodbye to the Christmas break. And Andy McNamara, spokesperson for Electronic Arts, shared the same. Twitter With the player of Battlefield 2042. More specifically, they meant that the PaaS developers would now return to work and work on fixing the issues (via) pc gamer,
“everyone has to rest”
McNamara wrote, “People, people need to rest. We have things going, but we have to figure out what’s possible. Let’s get back from the break and get back to work. I love you guys Yes, but these expectations are brutal. It takes time to plan, design, and execute the things you want.”
Few users were understanding, but many took the opportunity to insult McNamara. He then deleted the tweets, but the “discussion” continued on Reddit. Needless to say the comments weren’t favorable at all.
“EA/DICE finally responds to the backlash” The headline article plunged Crown into a toxic environment, with many users feeling betrayed and betrayed by the developers and the game. Despite legitimate criticism of Battlefield 2042, several requests to speak were so inaccurate that community moderators responded final warning asked.
It read: “Over the past few days we have seen insults, harassment and bad comments against members of our community and DICE employees. We are making this statement to give you a fair warning that we will no longer tolerate this. ”
The moderator continues: “It’s an understatement to say that this subreddit has become incredibly toxic. It’s almost impossible to have a simple discussion without insulting each other.”
Visitors are given three options, namely to remove or keep restrictions to reduce toxicity, and to block threads early. If things get worse, the subreddit may be temporarily blocked. In the end it says, “Yes, the last two options appear to be nuclear and we don’t want to use them, but we said we will do whatever we can to reduce the current toxicity.”
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