In the wake of nationwide protests against systemic bigotry and authorities cruelty, Valve has executed a new function to stop offensive text chat messages in CS: GO.

Valve announced today it included “Text Filtering,” a new setting in CS: GO that blocks “profane” words in the text chat. This function is made it possible for by default and can be disabled by entering into the interaction part of the settings. A similar feature is utilized in Riot Games’ first-person shooter VALORANT, which changes profanity with nicer, somewhat-random words.

Other games, like Call of Task, have taken actions just recently to prohibit racist or hateful usernames in action to nationwide demonstrations. Rocket League also stated it updated its system to detect offending behavior and increased the rate of penalty.

The demonstrations, which have happened in every U.S. state and in numerous nations around the world, have actually triggered many companies to make declarations or contribute money to organizations aiming to end systemic bigotry.

Some companies, consisting of Valve, postponed occasions or celebrations over the last two weeks as the protests gained steam. Valve, in particular, postponed its Steam Game Festival, which was supposed to begin on June 9 and run till June 14. The event was rescheduled to June 16 through June 22.