18JulyBlizzard Chief Hindu Push Pull The Skin In OverwatchTime: Jul. 18, 2016 From: SCDKeyBlizzard is high, as players from around the world also look more servers in the organization of flooding following the recent publication of the game. The online game is running a notch, but now, as the Hindus speak against one of the character skins game for Symmetra, and SCDKey.com makes the figure resembles one of its esteemed gods. In a statement, the president of Hinduism Rajan Zed blizzard of the General Society urged to remove the skin of Overwatch, because "trivializes revered goddesses of Hinduism."
Overwatch character to take the heat for the update is Symmetra, a popular character, who works for the Vishkar Corporation as an architect diffraction of light. Able to bend reality, Symmetra is the most talented architect of the company, almost anything can be built from light capabilities-bending. And as such, the Symmetra Vishkar Company uses in missions to send global commercial interests to protect. How you do that appeal omnipowerful Symmetra many gifts in mind, some of the characters are not surprised linked to a true goddess, Devi.
Devi in Hinduism is an important goddess was worshiped since prehistoric times and is considered one of the most famous religious deities. Devi is often associated with creationism, and the goddess face is not reproduced in full by the skin Symmetra, several key elements of the goddess mirror Overwatch Origins Edition Battle.net CD Key visit. In particular, the skin Symmetra has a skull wearing adorned with decorations and blue skin for sports as Devi belt.
Rajan conference, said the goddess "appeared in the game makes fun of certain power of Devi. And what's more, Rajan said the sergeant did not present, the skin a character addresses whose personality and temperament with the Goddess. which is known by the core values of Blizzard, "his follow their own" "unit" containing responsibly "(as a leader in the gaming world company, we are forced to make ethical decisions), as in this case which it was causing confusion in the minds of the community Devi for misrepresentation. "