On ResetEra, blocking Hogwarts Legacy yields benefits, but not what users anticipated

On ResetEra, blocking Hogwarts Legacy yields benefits, but not what users anticipated ...

Hogwarts Legacy isn't even out yet, but it appears to be having an impact on the gaming community: tens of thousands of users are coming from the ResetEra forum, where discussion of the game is forbidden, to the NeoGaf forum, where they are accepted.

Due to the accusations made against Evilore, we can talk about a community's return.

Due to accusations of transphobia against J.K. Rowling, ResetEra's administrators have decided to take a bold action against Hogwarts Legacy. Many have urged gamers to boycott the game in order to prevent it from making money or thus funding transphobic groups.

Many people, however, did not enjoy it. They want to be open about it, believing that it was a game of the moment and that discussion should not be conducted in a positive light.

Hogwarts Legacy has already had an impact, at least on public opinion on video games, eventually redefining positions in this area even more. For several weeks in a row, the game has been number one in the top ten best-selling premium games on Steam.

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