“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.
Over the course of the past week, Call of Duty fans around the world partook in the Closed Beta for the Blackout Beta Test and many have been left talking about how this very mode could potentially be the game that kills PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. Find out why it very could be starting now.
When you read about Destiny 2 as of late, the headlines are pretty similar. They all are stating that Destiny 2 is in a tough place. If you ask the fanbase, they’re pretty aware of the state it’s in and they’ve been extremely vocal about its current situation. One of their biggest concerns just happens to be the companies over-reliance of microtransactions and forcing them down the communities throats.