We dream of films set in League’s universe and seeing our favorite champions come to life in movie theaters, but the track record on video game movies is a humbling lesson. And while the geek in us would love to rush into moviemaking, it’s definitely not something we rush into. Cinematic storytelling just requires different muscles than storytelling for games, so we’re working on building those muscles and learning as we go.We have a ton of talented folks actively experimenting with different storytelling formats, and it’s definitely a hope that someday we’ll see the fruits of that experimentation on the big screen (or the small screen, or wherever it makes the most sense).It’s a big challenge, but we think we can get there if we invest the time in learning how to do it right.In the past, our stance on voice comms emphasized the increased potential for negative behavior.
The latter hardly use mics unless with friends because, simply put, winning is more important than knowing the game just fundamentally changed and ultimately your chances of victory are harmed because you opened your mouth. It's because of how salty and defensive and guarded most people get when they hear a feminine voice in a video game. My group of friends consists of around 5 girls and there's a strict no sexism rule. Just add me (tel#1347)I think a lot of people that think OP's attitude is ridiculous because this 'doesn't happen anymore' don't realize that lots of us grew up playing games where the assumption is you're a dude (regardless of the gender of any customizable character model, even) and the moment someone finds out you're a girl, you get some really nasty and persistent comments, and that stuff is really hard to shake especially when you experience it at younger ages.
I have had several chicas on voice in my matches, not once has there been toxicity directed at them over there gender.
Of course I am a bubbling fountain of mirth, so any match I am in automatically has one less chance of toxicity.
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