During the morning conference this Wednesday the president Andrés Manuel López Obrador, spoke on the subject of the kidnapping of three children between 11 and 14 years old, who were kidnapped for playing video games online, especially the game Free Fire.
“Fellows, not hit men, it is hard for them to recruit them”, was the message that López Obrador gave to the proposals made by organized crime to recruit as “Hawks” to minors in the country.
This occurs after, as we mentioned earlier Ricardo Mejía Berdeja, Undersecretary of Public Security, reported that the rescue of the three minors who were kidnapped for playing online video games was achieved. All three were located in Santa Lucía del Camino, Oaxaca.
Agree that the official pointed out that with deception and some people named “Rafael” and “Miriam” offered work to some of the minors, to pay them 8 thousand pesos as “hawk” in the city of Monterrey.
For this reason it is necessary to know which video games are not suitable for children, for which we have compiled which video games they should not play, due to their high content of violence, sex or drugs.
Garena Free Fire, full name of the video game, it has a battle royale-type action and adventure theme in which it is played in the third person.
The premise of the game is that until 50 players They fall from a parachute on an island in search of weapons and equipment to kill the other players.
Call of duty
Call of duty is a series of war-style first-person shooter video games. In it you have the experience of a shooter and its logic is easy to understand, since you only have to load the weapon, aim at the correct point and shoot.
The objective of the game is to conquer missions cooperating with your teammates, regardless of whether you are fighting against other armies or in the future apocalyptic fighting zombies.
This is represented in a very “real” way around the world of drugs, crime, mafias, sex and corruption within the reach of children, as well as allowing the player to do absolutely anything they want with a weapon in hand.
Step by step: the infamous modus operandi of the narcos to recruit children through video games