How do you break the internet? You announce a true-to-the-core remaster of the PC classic, Diablo II and its expansion, Diablo II: Lord of Destruction, for all available platforms and a potential 2021 release date. Here’s everything we know about Diablo II: Resurrected.Continue reading
Activision was as silent as Ghost with a surprise release of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remaster, which is a timed exclusive for PlayStation 4. Here’s what you need to know for the game.
As the looming concerns surrounding the COVID-19 coronavirus grow, Activision Blizzard joins the ever-growing list of publishers and developers that have withdrawn from GDC 2020.
Activision Blizzard takes another massive hit after their actions against Chung Nh “Blitzchung” Wai. Today, Erica Rasch, a spokesperson for Mitsubishi Taiwan has confirmed they have ended their support of Blizzard Entertainment.
Are you looking for some great date night games? From Mortal Kombat to Overcooked 2, here are a few titles to help bring the night to life.
“I sincerely doubt employees who fear that they may be laid off will be able to develop software titles that could impress people around the world.” – Satoru Iwata
Layoffs aren’t easy to comprehend or even swallow by any means. To some, it simply reads as “you were expendable, so we let you go” in order to keep their companies going. For some, that’s exactly how today’s news felt for those both affected and left unaffected. But, there are developers reaching out to those looking for jobs and here’s everything we know.
The long-awaited Activision Blizzard layoffs have begun as employees across various organizations including King, Blizzard, and Activision themselves have been officially let go from their jobs.
Just days after reports of Activision Blizzard Inc. gearing up for massive cuts in their staffing, the company has now seen their stocks drop once again amid the rumors of the changes to their staffing going into effect later this week.
After a new release of OVerwatch’s short story “Bastet”, Blizzard revealed that the following their latest event has begun, bringing newly story-inspired content starting today until January 21, 2019. Here’s everything you need to know.