The Guardians of the Galaxy team praised the correct credit of transgender developers who left during the development process

Eidos Montreal Is causing a sensation on social media because it correctly praises a transgender developer who left halfway Guardians of the GalaxyRespectful production: This is the correct name, the correct location and the location in the correct area (not just “extra thanks”).

As found European players, The studio correctly attributed technical-level design director Cloe Veilleux to her role-she was promoted to this role during production. The company also listed her name correctly, despite the fact that she only legally changed it ten days before leaving the studio during the transition about a year ago.

“It makes me feel that keeping my name is a conscious decision, and I don’t know who I have to thank for this,” Veilleux told Eurogamer. “I expected very little and received more recognition. Of course I am very happy to see this.”

After some credit problems in the industry, this is some gratifying good news. The most high-profile issue recently has to do with MercurySteam’s neglect of various developers who helped Metroid phobias, and these developers were not listed in the game at all.

Veilleux is now a senior technical designer at Relic Entertainment.

In his Marvel Guardians of the Galaxy review, Alex described the game as “one of the best story-centric games of the year-with some gains.”

“Guardians of the Galaxy” is now available on PC, PS4, PS5, Switch Cloud, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.