Police Cars in Game – level 3

29-06-2020 15:00

According to the Wall Street Journal, Fortnite, a game which has more than 350 million players worldwide, has removed all police cars from the game´s imagery in its latest update.

There has been a growing number of reports that police cars were no longer appearing in the game to which Epic Games, Fortnight´s developer, declined to comment.

Police cars are one of many vehicle types used in Fortnite; however, news outlets and fans speculate that the move is a response to widespread outrage over the death of George Floyd in police custody and to ongoing protests.

Epic Games has not formally announced the change. However, on its blog earlier this month, the company said that recent events were a heavy reminder of ongoing injustices in society. Epic Games was one of many companies that issued a statement in support of the Black Lives Matter movement.

Difficult words: imagery (visual images), decline (to refuse), outrage (a strong, angry reaction), ongoing injustice (when something unfair happens to people for a long time).

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