Friday, 22 July 2016

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Developer and publisher Blizzard game recently reported receiving death threats by a man aged 28, of Sacramento. The man was identified as Stephen Cebula.

As reported by Ubergizmo, Friday (22/07/2016), it seems the threat posed by Cebula is quite serious, so he was arrested for the content of such threats. According to the US Justice Department, the threat Cebula stated, "He may or may not pay (Blizzard) visits with AK47 among several tools fun and may tend to cause disturbances in the central office (Blizzard) in California with AK47 and some tools futuristic others."

Cebula said to be in custody at this time and is scheduled to be arraigned on July 26, 2016. If convicted, Cebula could face up to five years in prison and a fine of USD250.000.

This is obviously not the first time the developer has received such threats. When the 'No Man Sky' was postponed, apparently the developer sent a series of death threats as well. Fortunately unwanted things do not happen.

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