Overwatch Apologizes to Australia for Inappropriate Language on New Junkertown CardTime: Aug. 30, 2017 From: SCDKeyBlizzard has proven today that it takes the cultural concerns of the global Overwatch community very seriously, even with regard to its concerns about what you call the food you receive from a restaurant. Be that as it may, everyone calls and calls him from time to time; What really matters is how to solve the error.
Reddit User RagingWinston tested the new Junkertown card (which takes place in a part of Australia's post-robot Apocalypse) when something caught his eye. A special neon sign with a non-Australian choice of words. Here the signs are in question, in pink and on the left side.
"It's pretty big, but good," RagingWinston said. "On the new map, Junkertown after the first checkpoint, there is a sign on the street corner," carry, "a term I supposedly used most often in the United States. I am not quite sure if I am the "Maybe in post-apocalyptic Australia we were backing ourselves in American terms."
Then a few hours (and certainly more taut meetings all hands at Blizzard headquarters with lawyers and company in case of damage) the game director later, Jeff Kaplan responded to the Reddit thread.
"I would like to offer a direct apology to the entire Australian country," Kaplan said. "Please forgive our lack of cultural sensitivity, and we will fix it in a future patch (Shield's cross dress will probably live for a while before they are resolved.) I said [Australian serpentine] Muselk that our coffees in Super Learn ... Try it there ... "
It is good that Kaplan drank this international incident before Australia became the giant boot.