Getting angry on the opponents or the teammates while playing online multiplayer games is the part of the game. Not everyone is calm like a shroud, who kept cool when his formed CSGO teammates made the mistakes. That’s why Microsoft’s Xbox Live Trash talk policy starts working. When the online multiplayer game players use the trash words or slangs to each other, it is not considered as good, and the players are subject to receive a temporary ban if they found using such words. But Microsoft today update the Xbox Live Trashtalk guidelines, allowing the users to say words like “Potato Aim” and “Get Wrecked” to each other while playing the online games.
The updated trash talk guidelines make it clear what the players can say to each other which is not considered offensive and something offensive. Microsoft strictly regulates the community standards, and those who do not follow the guidelines are subject to receiving the temporary or even the permanent bans. Fraud, cheating and trash talks are strictly regulated. Fortunately, calling someone else Potato aim and get wrecked is not considered offensive from now on as it was considered as offensive before this update.
Calling someone else Potato aim is just trolling someone for their weak game and aim sense and nothing offensive. Also, Get wrecked is also used to tell others that they are going to lose the game, which is not aggressive at all. Anything other than these words, which includes the profanity for gender, race, color, religion or behavior is strictly prohibited from the community guidelines. According to Microsoft, the updates to Community Guidelines are not the new rules that the users should follow strictly. But they are the callout for the community to not to use such profane words.