At Call of Duty: Vanguard has apologized by Activision Blizzard for a detail in the game. Users in the Arab-speaking countries had noticed that pages of the Koran lay on the floor of a zombie map. Some were bloody bled. Activision Blizzard says: That could not have happened.
That has triggered the discussion: An Arab-speaking user has shared 4 screenshots from Call of Duty: Vanguard on Twitter. When a player runs on a zombie card by Stalingrad, some sides of the Koran are seen on the floor, which are partially pitched with blood. The Koran is the Scriptures of Islam.
The user says Arabic: Brothers, I see pages of the Koran on the ground of the zombie map and see that it should be removed as soon as possible when it is correct. (Translate by Google Translate).
Activision Blizzard Removed Presentation of the Koran
How to respond If Activision Blizzard: In a statement to the Desert page, Activision Blizzard has apologized for the presentation. It lacked fine feeling.
According to Activision Blizzard, the sides were now removed.
Call of Duty is intended for everyone. In recent weeks, accidentally contents were included, which had an insensitive for the Muslim community. The contents were now taken out of the game. They should never have appeared in the form in the game. We apologize deeply. We will immediately enter into internal steps, so that something does not occur in the future.
An apology was also published by an account, which focuses on players of Call-of-Duty in the Middle East (Via Twitter).
That s the discussion: On Twitter, a user asked why that s such a big problem.
A user then explains him, for Muslims, the Holy Koran is the word of the Creator. It should be holy words that are not desecrated to simply lying on the ground and kicked them. , Already in the past, it was a topic of how Call of Duty represents certain groups of people:
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