A series of first-person shooter (FPS) “Final Moment” series launched by Activision in the United States is deeply loved by players all over the world. A few days ago, they officially announced the launch of a new series called “Final Moment Black Ops: Cold War”. At present, China has completely blocked the game. For a complete trailer, the officials also made the video private.
The trailer of “Black Ops: The Cold War” is based on real historical images, accompanied by Soviet journalist Yuri Alexandrovich. The interview with Bezmenov (Yuri Alexandrovich Bezmenov) was a narration. Such a culturally significant trailer immediately sparked a heated discussion among players, who believed that this generation of works had been elevated to a higher level, including the “June 4th Tiananmen Incident” of student protests.
Faced with such sensitive material, China immediately blocked the full version of the trailer. At the same time, this short two-second shot also exploded the glass hearts of Chinese players and one after another angrily criticized “Decisive Hour” for exporting American-based ideology. According to the players they are trying to subvert the country. While some players are curious about whether they can access the content of “That Matter” (the June 4th Tiananmen Incident) in the game, but they are more worried that there is no way to play the game in China after the game is launched.
What is the Tiananmen Incident?
The Tiananmen Square fights or the Tiananmen Square Incident, usually known as the June Fourth Incident in territory China, were understudy driven shows held in Tiananmen Square in Beijing during 1989. The famous public development motivated by the Beijing fights is once in a while called the ’89 Democracy Movement. Tens of thousands gathered on the day in April, calling for greater freedom of speech and less censorship. These protest hoped to boost the economy and raise living standards.
There were no actions taken by the government against the protester. But on 3 to 4 June, troops began to march towards Tiananmen Square, opening fire, crushing and arresting protesters to regain control of the area.
Discussion of the events that took place in Tiananmen Square is highly sensitive in China.