A Eurogamer report says that as part of its effort to combat toxicity in its FIFA games, Electronic Arts has decided to cut two goal celebrations—Shush and A-Ok—from the upcoming FIFA 21.

Shush has been a problem because, as a running celebration, players could waste time (and annoy opponents) by jogging around the field while using it. The reason for the removal of A-Ok, which was only added last year, is less clear, but it’s built around the same “OK” gesture that that Activision recently removed from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone because of its recent connection to white supremacy movements.

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