If you belong to the community of online gamers, then you are definitely familiar with the concept of banning or banning games. Such bans are given to players for a variety of reasons, such as the use of cheats, stinging remarks, insults, or offensive nicknames. All of these are (unfortunately) very common. However, this is certainly not the case as one Forza Horizon 5 player has been banned.
The player known as AllThingsRacing has received a ban in the game environment until December 31, 9999 for writing gagadget.com. No, it’s not a typo.
It’s possible that AllThingsRacing will never play in Forza Horizon 5 again. And what’s the reason? He was driving a car bearing an image of Kim Jong-un in the uniform of the founder of the Kentucky fast-food franchise, Colonel Sanders. He also enriched the body with the hashtag #SendNukes and also exchanged brand names Pirelli, Nike and New Balance, especially Pyongyang Pirelli, Nuke and Nuke Balance.
The team behind the Forza Horizon 5 study has not commented in detail on the ban. And frankly, I think this is not necessary.
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