‘Chivalry 2’ Official Twitter Hacked With Homophobic Comment
Chivalry 2 had its Twitter unfortunately hacked on June 22. The Chivalry account tweeted out an insensitive and homophonic comment surrounding the company and its workers.
Chivalry 2, a multiplayer action video game, is a medieval fighting game that allows you to use a plethora of weapons as you take part in massive cinematic battles. The slasher provides players with gory fun as they can battle in many ways in the medieval era.
Yesterday, their compromised Twitter account tweeted nothing relating to the game and instead made this disrespectful claim,
The insensitive tweet targeted gay employees, saying they would all be removed from the company. The homophobic tweet comes in the middle of LGBT Pride Month, which takes place in June.
Chivalry quickly apologize to everyone as soon as they were able to regain control of their Twitter account. They dismissed the incident as nonsense and confirmed that their account was indeed hacked.
The Chivalry Twitter account is looking to brush past this unfortunate event and get back to supporting their medieval slasher, Chivalry 2.
The action title has a multitude of settings and weapons to offer users depending on where they want to battle. So far, the game has had a successful life since its launch on old generation consoles back on June 8, 2021. Now, this has carried over as the game is available on new generation consoles.
Chivalry 2 hit an incredible milestone when the game surpassed a million sales in just two months. That shows the huge impact the title has on gamers. The creators have done everything to support their game, as they drop continual updates as well as add new maps and game modes.
The game continues to grow as users battle it out on enormous 64-player battlefields. Surely, there will be more milestones ahead for Chivalry 2, as long as the creators continue to support the game and its fan base.