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Diablo, the first love is never forgotten.

Following the announcement of GOG and Blizzard (which you can find here) to market a digital version of Diablo for the first time, I simply couldn't resist. But let's take a little step back ...

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.

Overwatch, Blizzard sheds light on the sexual orientation of Soldier 76

Blizzard has released a new story revealing the past of Soldier 76, showing all fans the sexual orientation of the Overwatch character.
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Overwatch League: ban for 7 pro-players

The second season of the Overwatch League is upon us and Mom Blizzard decides to give a hold to incorrect behavior To do this, it has recently acquired a new, very nice deterrent: the Player Discipline Tracker. Posted ...

Blizzard reduces support for Heroes of the Storm

Blizzard is pushing away developers from Heroes of the Storm and is canceling various official MOBA eSport events. The announcement was made today in an official blog post by the new president ...
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Warcraft: new Pokémon GO style title

Blizzard has decided to go in a stubborn and contrary direction. After the endless controversies concerning Diablo Immortal, it seems that the next step could be a Warcraft-style Pokémon GO! The BlizzCon 2018 has disappointed ...

New viewer mode for Overwatch

Nowadays watching Overwatch meetings has become common practice, but until now the spectator mode did not exalt users (maybe they are affiliated with DAZN ...). Fortunately, Blizzard has realized that it is losing a great ...

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