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World of Warcraft paintings changed to cut down on sexual content

World of Warcraft paintings changed to cut down on sexual content

Add another tick to the growing list of small but nonetheless interesting changes Blizzard is making in its games in the wake of California sues Activision Blizzard for enabling alleged culture of harassment and discrimination in the workplace. This time, World of Warcraft developers have modified two paintings found in the game to remove or reduce sexual elements.

As discovered by WoWHead, a painting of a resting woman in a revealing harem-style slip and mask has been replaced with a painting of fruit.

(via Wowhead) (Image credit: Blizzard)

A separate painting of a woman in a v-neck cloak emphasizing her breasts has been altered to give the woman a less revealing top.

(via Wowhead) (Image credit: Blizzard)

The queer woman painting was located at WoW’s Ravenholdt location, while the dressed woman is (or was) in Stormwind’s S-I7, a spoof of Britain’s disbanded MI7 agency.

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