Apex Legends: Players should stop threatening the developers

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For some time now, development studio Bungie has started to protect its developers from attacks by Destiny players. Both cheaters and people who repeatedly threatened the developers with violence or the like are simply being sued by Bungie. Meanwhile, Respawn, the studio behind Apex Legends and Titanfall, has also decided they need to do something about the toxicity of their fanbase.

Respawn wants to take action against threats in the future

“Recently we have seen increasing harassment towards members of our development team,” writes Respawn in a statement. “We welcome input from the community, but don’t cross the line between providing constructive feedback and harassing our development team.

We want to remind our players that we have a zero tolerance policy for threats and harassment from our developers. We will take appropriate measures to ensure the health and safety of our team. We welcome feedback and will continue to work with our community to foster a respectful, collaborative environment and to maintain the competitive integrity of our game.”

It’s currently unclear exactly what “appropriate actions” Respawn intends to take here, but it’s not hard to imagine that they’ll align with Bungie’s handling of the situation. Bungie himself replied, by the way pretty quick on Respawn’s tweet and declared his support.

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