Respawn Entertainment recently released a statement on Twitter, expressing outrage over the harassment of the game developer.
In a statement, the studio warned that it will take “appropriate measures” to combat this behavior to ensure the health and safety of its employees.
Although the company did not specify the specific players who had insulted the game team, it was really hurtful, having a heavy psychological impact on them. It is an undeniable fact that Apex Legends Mobile players are becoming more and more extreme, and some of their words are thoughtless and too harsh, making the game team heartbroken and depressed in the operation. product implementation.
Respawn company reaffirms: Employee happiness is important to them, working days to run the game. They also underscored the statement on Twitter by saying that the studio has a “zero tolerance policy” for harassment.
“Ensuring the health and safety of the game team is our top priority,” a Respawn spokesperson said. “We love the player community but want a safe and friendly environment. To help the team feel safe to participate, we will take appropriate action to ensure that everyone understands that a zero-tolerance policy for any threats or harassment is still in place. “.
Respawn Entertainment said it welcomes constructive feedback and listens to player feedback, but will do whatever it takes to protect the developer team and “maintain the fairness of Apex Legends Mobile. It has been suggested that Respawn’s statement is aimed at a professional player. The pro has tweeted several times criticizing the game, saying that he “hates EA” and expressing his displeasure at the Apex Legends developers not working overtime over the weekend to fix the problem. game. The maintenance system proved to be inefficient, so the game product did not have enough upgrades to fix the error.
Many game studios in the industry have supported Respawn’s statement. Bungie wrote: “Together, we want to fight harassment communities and have healthier, well-intentioned players. Repawn, we will support them on their journey forward.”