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Activision apologizes and removes the way the Quran was used in Call of Duty: Vanguard

Activision apologizes and removes the way the Quran was used in Call of Duty: Vanguard

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Activision has apologized for the “offensive” use of the Qur’an. Several pages of the Muslim Bible are found on Earth in Call of Duty Vanguard Zombies. Images have since been removed from the game.

After the launch of Call of Duty: Vanguard, a number of people noticed that there were several pages of the Quran in the zombie map. The pages are laid out in such a way that players will trample on them when they are in battle. Putting the Qur’an on the ground is seen as disrespectful, and the various pages are causing a lot of panic on social media, even calling for players to boycott the game.

In a tweet from CharlieIntel below, the publisher apologizes for the content in the folder. It also refers to investigating who is responsible for the problem in order to prevent it in the future. “Call of Duty for everyone,” Activision said.

“It contained content offensive to Muslims and this content has since been removed. It should never have been in the game and we sincerely apologize. We are taking immediate steps to address this and want to prevent it in the future.”

Since finding the content, a number of gamers have taken to social media to support Muslims. Following Activision’s statement, Ramy Ismail shared his thoughts on the issue. “It’s good to see an apology being made for the unnecessary presence of the Qur’anic text for players to walk.”

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