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Treyarch releases “inclusive” statement a month after studio head resigns

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Call Of Duty developer Treyarch has released a statement about moving forward, a month after the studio head left following sexual harassment allegations.The statement was shared to Twitter yesterday (December 21) and read: “Our goal as a studio is to make awesome games for the world to enjoy.

Having the privilege to pursue that endeavour is made possible because of Treyarch’s people: we are a studio comprised of smart.

Talented, world-class creative professionals who seek to perform at our best.“Our culture has no room for sexism, harassment, racism, bigotry, discrimination, or bullying,” continues the statement. “As we move forward, providing a safe, diverse, inclusive working environment so that all may thrive will be our highest.

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