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Modern Warfare Loading Screens Add Black Lives Matter Message

Loading screens for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone is changed with Black Lives Matter message.

Only days after release date for Season 4 of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Call of Duty: Warzone is revealed, developer Infinity Ward and publisher Activision came forward announcing a sudden delay until a later date.

In a response to recent protest across the world surrounding unlawful murder of George Floyd by Minneapolis police on May 25, Infinity Ward updated Modern Warfare and Warzone loading screens with message supporting Black Lives Matter.

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Modern Warfare Loading Screens Add Black Lives Matter Message

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Right after calling off upcoming Call of Duty seasons, developer studio has added new loading screen to pledge their support to the cause. They are also planning to crack down on in-game racist content, remarks and usernames as well.

Whereas many corporate entities have voiced their support with protestor groups by speaking out against racism or donating money, Modern Warfare took a stance by replacing in-game screen with Black Lives Matter message.

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This latest change was originally noticed by Reddit user lordredapple on MW community subreddits earlier.

Got this on my screen when loading the game from r/modernwarfare


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In wake of George Floyd's death, there have been riots across cities by thousands of protestors. Additionally, both #BlackLivesMatter and #BLM hashtags are trending throughout social media and other online platforms denouncing racism.

Activision and Infinity Ward moved to take their stance shortly after Sony publicly announce postponing their recent PlayStation 5 reveal event in solidarity with other AAA-publishers like 2K Games, Electronic Arts, Rockstar Games and more.

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