Every September 26 for the past seven years, The Last of Us fans joined Naughty Dog in a celebration. This year, however, a key change is being made to the name of this annual event in light of COVID-19.
I'm not sure how I feel about this. I hate all the pandering BS, but at the same time, people have died - and still are. I think I have to reluctantly agree with this decision.
People die all the time in car accidents so lets not play racing games out of respect.
I’ve got my fill of idiocy for today. Some you out here comparing corona virus with flu and lacking basic decency for the lives lost to this deadly virus.
U R A F I N G I D I O T
You are garbage
Oh wow @esemce, debate isn't your strong suit, is it? Lol
I think it's fine to rename it. Nothing to get upset about. Looking forward to seeing if they announce anything regarding a PS5 upgrade or the multiplayer mode.
Naughty dog isn’t putting much faith in the community if they think we lack the emotional maturity to differentiate a real world pandemic, from a fictional zombie “infected” outbreak. Changing the name was pointless, and somewhat silly. Regardless I’m excited
"Naughty dog isn’t putting much faith in the community if they think we lack the emotional maturity to differentiate a real world pandemic" Look at the comment section. And you think the community is emotionally mature?
Somehow he thinks that he himself is emotionally mature...
You have a good point...
This comment section alone should tell you the average person is severely lacking in intelligence. I mean, there are actual anti-mask protests 🤢
this comment makes me laugh and it makes me sad edit: I laugh because the notion of an Anti-mask protest is so ridiculous, unfortunately they're real and they make me sad.
@majorlazer If only the anti-mask idiots were the only ones to suffer from covid. What a better world that would be. Smarter world, too.
GIVE US FACTIONS!!!
‘Outbreak’ isn’t PC now? T-virus G-virus 4life.
It not about PC or not PC it's about how tone deaf celebrating something called outbreak day in the midst of an actual outbreak. Better sometimes to be proactive and avoid any unnecessary problems
Fair enough. It was a weird date to celebrate anyways imo. If they wanted an anniversary, why not June when the actual game debuted?
I might be wrong but i think the outbreak in the game started on the that day.
Yeah you’re right.
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