All publications by tag «Call of Duty: Warzone»
Overwatch 2’s 35 million players may seem like a lot, but how does that compare to other F2P hits?
Over 35 million people have already played Overwatch 2, a free-to-play sequel to Blizzard’s hero shooter. That’s an impressive start, but let’s see how these numbers compare to the launches of other successful F2P games.
Call of Duty: Warzone developers protest layoffs of contract testers who were promised promotions
Last week, Activision Blizzard laid off about a third of the Raven Software QA team, although they had been previously promised promotions. It resulted in a walkout organized by workers, who want all layoffs to be reversed.
Creator of browser game Warzone countersues Activision over Warzone trademark
Warzone.com, the developer of 2017 web-based strategy Warzone, has countersued Activision. Back in April 2021, the publisher filed a complaint with Los Angeles federal court seeking to dismiss the developer’s claims that Activision’s Call of Duty: Warzone infringes Warzone.com’s trademark rights. The developer’s recent filing with the US District Court for the Central District of California asks the court not to dismiss the case.
Employees are leaving Toys For Bob after Activision moved studio to support Call of Duty Warzone
It seems that Toys For Bob, owned by Activision and known for creating Crash Bandicoot 4, is now suffering layoffs. It happened after the studio was moved to support the development of Call of Duty Warzone.
Activision sues creator of browser game Warzone, calling his trademark claims ‘frivolous’
Indie developer Randy Ficker launched web-based strategy Warzone in 2017. After Activision released Call of Duty: Warzone last year, Ficker accused the company of infringing his trademark rights. The publisher, however, denies the claim.