There’s some movement on finding a new partner for Blizzard titles in China but only for WoW so far.
Activision Blizzard follows other videogame companies and halts sales.
Vang takes a look at Diablo IV’s Paragon boards. This new system is not an endgame system at all.
Playstation gamers need not be too concerned about losing out on Activision games.
Mike Ybarra takes the reigns at Blizzard.
Kotick outlines changes at the company in a letter to all staff and asks for minimum wage.
Vicarious Visions is no more. It’s now a Blizzard studio by name.
BlizzCon and its online version are now on hold while Blizzard has a rethink.
A lawsuit follows the first lawsuit. This time from Activision Blizzard investors.
Following the DFEH lawsuit, there are big changes at the top as Blizzard president departs.
A long-form article has been posted this evening which takes a look at the more recent Blizzard departures and the current culture within the company.
According to the article at thegamer.com Former Studio Head Jennifer Oneal on linkedIn has become the EVP of Development at Blizzard.
A while ago there was a rumour circulating that a Diablo 2 remaster could be in the works at Vicarious Visions so this latest move is intriguing.
Before the holidays fully begin, the final Diablo 4 quarterly update of 2020 is here. This time there’s an update on the newer skill tree, and finally some updates on Itemisation. Read on to find out how development is going.
There’s been some shuffling around of positions at Blizzard recently, and for Diablo 4, David Kim has left the team and been replaced by Joe Piepiora.