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The first Diablo available on GOG

The rich collection of titles by GOG is enriched with a new pearl. The first chapter of the Diablo series is in fact now available on the platform and will lead the way to a series of classics ...

Overwatch Ultimates, come the Hasbro action figures of the Blizzard game

Hasbro presented a series of action figures called Overwatch Ultimates, dedicated to the characters of the Blizzard shooter.

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, Booker T reports Activision for a violation

In the mysterious world of videogame controversies, an interesting new case seems to have been added: Booker Tio Huffman Jr., better known with the ring name of Booker T, made a complaint to Activision Blizzard. The indictment ...

Activision Blizzard confirms mass redundancies

Within the quarterly earnings report to investors, Activision Blizzard confirmed that it will fire "about 8%" of staff. The company currently has 9600 employees, which means that 770 / 800 staff members will be fired ...

Activision Blizzard thinks about the future and prepares for mass dismissal

Bloomberg has reported the future plans of Activision Blizzard, including a large mass layoff to centralize production.

Activision Blizzard continues the revolution: it will fire its CFO

Spencer Neumann, chief financial officer of Activision Blizzard, will soon be fired but the latter seems to have already reached an agreement with Netflix.

Blizzard would not seem very enthusiastic about the Activision management

Blizzard has always been a software much loved by gamers, especially by its fans, but lately some choices are making a lot of discussion, including the announcement of Diablo Immortal. It would seem that even within the same ...

Diablo Immortal, according to Mark Kern, the blame for the bad moods is all about Blizzard

A new chapter of Diablo, the dream of millions of players; maybe if this was called Diablo IV or if it was a remake of the second chapter. A few days ago instead Blizzard has ...

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