Ant wrote on Dec 9, 2022, 22:10:
Chivalry may be dead? What?
That's a joke about a joke. Originally some old guys whined about things changing, and to them "chivalry" meant the old ways of people following rules and being polite, whereas the French revolutionaries wanted to topple monarchy etc. Our joking literary use today can be traced back to people making fun of "The age of chivalry is gone" by edmund burke https://www.enotes.com/homework-help/what-were-edmund-burke-s-key-points-in-his-301631
and something similar from lord byron https://www.enotes.com/topics/don-juan/quotes/cervantes-smiled-spains-chivalry-away
It was their way of saying "kids these days". Now, if you see someone saying it, it might be used like they're rolling their eyes and sarcastically making fun of drama queens. The relevance in this news post is just that the game has the word Chivalry in the name, so it's a fun play on words.
Anyway, in any case, Blue didn't mean that Chivalry the game is dead. It's fine, you're fine, everything's fine!