Overwatch's ZARYA skins eliminate the controversial z logo

Apparently, Blizzard Entertainment has made a silent change in a pair of masks for one of its _Supervision. In the game, ZARYA has an Arctic look and a Siberian front aspect, both with the symbol "Z" in the upper left. The letter was only aimed at being a reference to the name of the character, but Zarya is Russian, and a similar "Z" symbol has been used to show support for the country's war in Ukraine. Blizzard has not offered any official word about the change, but it is easy to suppose why it could have been done.

@Proto_vi shared on Twitter a comparison side by side of the changes in the mask, and can be found on the Tweet embedded below.

The real change on the skin itself is quite small, and many Supervision The fans have pointed out that, first of all, they did not know that the symbol was there. Given the controversial nature of the symbol "Z" at this time, and the inheritance of ZARYA, it makes sense that the company wants to distance itself from the possibility that any of the game fans around the world misinterpreter. Supervision has many followers in many different countries, and it is easy to see how this could have been interpreted as a sign of support.

@Proto_vi also shared the image above with the Supervision subnetdit, where a poster pointed out that this is not the first time that Blizzard makes a change in one of the Zarya masks. Last year an aspect of Alien Zarya, which had been designed by professionals was eliminated from the game. Supervision The player Jay «Sinatraa» won. Won was charged with sexual abuse for an ex-girlfriend, and Blizzard Entertainment took away his skin. Offering a refund to players who bought it in the game.

Supervision is currently available at PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S, Nintendo Switch and PC. You can check our previous game coverage here.


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