Yesterday, Microsoft had a minor mishap when it aback sent out an Xbox promotional email headed with the racially arguable accountable line “NNNNGGGHHHAAAA.”

While the email, announcement the accessible fourth instalment of open-world zombie apocalypse game , was acutely intended to be read and arresting as a academic zombie growl, it looks alarmingly close to the ‘N-word.’

This has prompted  Microsoft to issue an acknowledgment before the bulletin has angered someone.

In the contrite, the Windows-maker antiseptic the email wasn’t advised to be offensive, but also took a chance to accede it could’ve phrased the accountable line abnormally to avoid the issue altogether.

Here’s what aggregation PR rep Larry Hryb had to say:

Fellow associates of the Twitterverse bound flocked to accuse about today’s overly acute culture:

This isn’t the first time Microsoft has gotten into agitation for its abnormal email business strategies. Previously, the tech giant was viciously mocked after sending out an email invite for one of its application events that independent phrases like ‘hella nom’, ‘lots of dranks’ and ‘getting lit’ – you know, stuff real millennials say.

The good thing is that unlike its application event invitations, the accent used in this accurate Dead Rising promotional email was a complete accident.