Blizzard is lying about “inappropriate language” suspensions in Overwatch

At first I thought people in Overwatch are such oversensitive bitches that they report anyone and everyone for any word they say regardless of context, but today after I’ve tested this to prove it (I’ve been suspended so many times I don’t give a shit if it’s one more time just to prove it) and I’ve seen it’s all bullshit.

When you get suspended for “inappropriate” language in chat they say “You’ve been suspended because several players have reported you for inappropriate language blablabla”. Where in reality, there was no players reporting anyone. Maybe some, but it’s really their automated bullshit system just counting the amount of “nasty” words you say and then they suspend you regardless of context or if the said words were censored by profanity filter which is enabled by default and most people wouldn’t even disable it. I could never figure out at first why people would be so butthurt over censored words not directed at anyone in particular, but now I’ve placed all the puzzle pieces together.

The reason I know it’s bullshit is because I got suspended right after the game ended with defeat and in the exact game where I said few “profane” words in an attempt to trigger it. There is no frigging way people in the game were butthurt over it since everyone was busy fighting and the context I used was joking how game mode (Mystery Heroes) is fucking us in the ass by giving us all the wrong heroes and giving enemy all the best ones.

Blizzard, you little cunt, stop pretending it was the players who caused the suspension by reporting, it’s your shitty automated system suspending people by counting fucking censored profane words and then you word the suspension message like it was the players who did it. That’s fucking disgusting bullshit to shift the blame on players to avoid backlash and complaints.

1 thought on “Blizzard is lying about “inappropriate language” suspensions in Overwatch

  1. Hello RejZoR,

    Hopefully you are not getting your blood pressure up too high.

    There is the option to adapt and be “advertiser friendly” and still get your points across, and you can even have some fun with this and speak out against it at the same time. 😉

    -John Jr

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