1 participant who wished to remain anonymous told Kotaku which they have seen items such as this about the Meret Market since the game's official release on October 10. "It's really obvious," they said. "People will advertise in world chat stations to purchase their new items, and its often a MAGA hat or something. Along with the players putting up these designs available are rewarded with sport currency."
This player told Kotaku that they had attempted reporting the items, but nothing had happened. "The very same items are still up for sale. You still see all of them over," they said. "They have people working on it, but I have seen absolutely no change in anything. Items put up for sale do not need to be accepted, so people can put anything up."
It is not apparent who are downloading and making these items. They may be trolls looking to receive a rise of individuals online. They might also be genuine white supremacists seeking to recruit individuals, as some have claimed to have performed in other online games. Regardless of what, it's disturbing than an impressionable child could find white supremacist content in a chipper-looking game just by looking for the phrase"joyful," and MapleStory two's programmers will triumph in their stated efforts to"accelerate the response time" to players' reports.
Nexon's MapleStory 2 has already attracted a massive number of players. The publisher confirmed that over 1 million people downloaded the game via Steam and also the Nexon launcher since its launch last week.