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Several prominent figures have left Activision Blizzard

The misadventures within Activision Blizzard continue. After the accusations of sexual harassment, revenge porn and maltreatment in the workplace received by the Californian DFEH, the software house is slowly losing its figures ...

Overwatch 2 and Diablo 4 will not be released in 2021

Lots of Blizzard fans continue to wait, hopefully, for news about Overwatch 2 and Diablo 4. The two titles don't have an official release date, and Activision has stated that neither has a ...

Diablo 4, planned expansions and aesthetic microtransactions

Joe Shely, Diablo 4 Lead Designer, talked about the game and how it will be supported with aesthetic expansions and microtransactions.
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Diablo 4 officially announced with a trailer during the Blizzcon 2019

The numerous rumors and indiscretions leaked over the past few days have proved true: on the stage of the Anaheim Convention Center in California, the next chapter of the most famous hack'n'slash action RPG at the ...

Diablo IV - All the artbook pages revealed

There's no two without three. Or without IV, in this case. The much talked about artbook "The Art of Diablo" which in recent days has made headlines for the leaks on the fourth chapter of the ...
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Diablo IV- New leaks arrive from the art book

After the leak by Gamestar magazine about a week ago, which revealed the actual existence of Diablo IV, again thanks to the art book "The Art of Diablo" and the Twitter account WeakAuras we can deduce ...

Epic Games Store Opens Doors to Blockchain-Based Video Games ...

In the last few days, Valve has updated its guidelines dedicated to titles that cannot be published within their digital platform ...

Elden Ring - Closed Network Test announced for November

And as the world continues to talk and analyze those 27 seconds that leaked over the weekend, Bandai Namco and FromSoftware have released a ...

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