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The inclusivity in different works of entertainment has also been reflected in the video game industry, where in addition to adding non-binary characters, gender language is eliminated in some of these.
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The latest to join this implementation is World of Warcraft: Dragonflight, the next expansion for Blizzard’s popular video game that continues the events of Shadowlands.
According to reviews of the expansion’s alpha version by Wowhead and Polygon, it is stated that gender language has been removed from its character creator. Now, instead of having male and female options, it is divided into sections called “Body 1” and “Body 2”.
As reported by Engadget, the options have the same features as before, but now you can create characters in which you can mix attributes without any awkwardness.
Wowhead also pointed to code they found rummaging through the expansion files, which suggests that you can choose the he, she, and they pronouns in a future version.
So it seems that World of Warcraft will be more inclusive from now on and will surely attract players who are not binary and do not feel represented with the conventional genre options in the industry.
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