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The toxicity on the Internet related to video games is perhaps one of its strongest moments and there is practically no game that does not go through a wave of malicious comments that all they seek is to generate noise or get on a trend and enjoy it for a moment. . In this regard, various creatives have expressed their disagreement with this type of situation and recently the controversy came after a publication by David Jaffe, creator of God of War.
After threats from social media users released Neil Druckmann, director of The Last of Us: Part II, for a moment and turned to Cory Barlog, director of God of War, the creator of the franchise did not tolerate it and left. in defense of the creative. Well, not everything ended there because in a later publication, Jaffe expressed his liking for other companies, in addition to Sony, which earned him a series of criticisms and attacks.
Sadly, the creator of God of War exploded and after deleting that post he made another one in which he noted: « I deleted my tweet where, God forbid! I expressed a little love for ANY other game maker besides Sony. I forgot that That was unacceptable and it exposes me to a handful of 30-year-old men who want to go into the ‘debates’ of the ‘console war.’ God, sometimes I hate video game culture. «
That sucks, sorry Dave.
I ❤️ playing games on my PS, my X-Box, my Switch and my way too expensive PC.
Screw the console war nonsense.
– Cory Balrog 🖖 (@corybarlog) July 12, 2020
The publication gave rise to more attacks, but Cory Barlog came to the defense of David Jaffe to thank the gesture he had previously and in which he condemned this idea of console warfare.
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