Bungie apologizes for Destiny 2 item that resembles neo-Nazi flag ars_ab.settitle(1164839)

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After being met with several bugs and errors, players are now able to play without worry of their game crashing for the most part.

Not even out a week and Bungie has quickly addressed a problem with an item in Destiny 2 that had unintentional similarities with a hate symbol. "We renounce hate in all forms".

While Bungie is at work on delivering new content to Destiny 2, it's also taking action to remove an inadvertent reference to a hate symbol.

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Offering its "deepest apologies" to fans, the Bungie stated that the item in question "does NOT represent our values".

Destiny 2 is about to have its first scheduled downtime period, due to maintenance. "We are removing it", the company said on Twitter this afternoon.

Although the word "kek" originated as a World of Warcraft meme, it has since been repurposed by alt-right internet denizens as a symbol of white nationalism, not unlike Pepe the Frog. Many felt that this was eerily close to a similar symbol used by a white supremacist group that was seen during the recent Charlottesville rally where a woman was killed by a vehicle that plowed into a crowd of counter protesters.

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