Who did you expect to see next in It is an electronic game? of course no Martin Luther King Jr, a famous Baptist pastor and leader of the civil rights movement, who worked actively in the 1960s for the equality of African Americans and the elimination of racial discrimination, by which he was murdered. I hasten to assure you that the Nobel Peace Prize laureate wouldn’t be a playable character after all? At least for now. Instead, Epic Games suggest The March Through Time event has just begun, which allows fans of this battle royale production (better) to learn about King’s famous “I Have a Dream” speech, as well as the full story that surrounds it.
You can watch the trailer for this event above. As part of that, fans go to a Washington-inspired site since 1963, which is the direction of the civil rights movement. So you can listen to?? live?? From the aforementioned speech given by Martin Luther King Jr., but There are also many interesting facts, modeled after museums of landmarks or mini-games. Completing individual challenges provides loot in the form of, among other things, graffiti?? DC 63??.
The campaign was born out of a collaboration between Epic Games and Time, the DuSable Museum of African American History in Chicago, and the Martin Luther King Jr. estate. Its upbringing was supposed to be the killing of George Floyd last year, which sparked a wave of protests to spread the Black Lives Matter movement. Interestingly, more or less at that time the chief ?? Epica?? Tim Sweeney has compared his company’s struggle with Apple to the civil rights movement.
The main objective of the event?? A walk through time?? It’s meant to be educating players. So the idea itself seems noteworthy. The question is is it so? It is an electronic game Is the title suitable for spreading this kind of knowledge?
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