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Blizzard acquires Spellbreak developer Proletariat to satisfy WoW fans’ “voracious appetite”
Proletariat, known for making fantasy battle royale Spellbreak, has officially joined the Blizzard family. The team will be working on World of Warcraft and upcoming expansions to satisfy fans’ “voracious appetite” for new content.
Eight former World of Warcraft devs start new studio Notorious to create multiplayer RPG
Notorious is a new studio made up of former Blizzard Entertainment employees. It is named after the World of Warcraft guild that these developers used to be a part of. The team is now working on its first project.
Blizzardgate chronology in case you’re struggling to keep up (Latest: Activision, Blizzard and King employees form alliance, shareholders sue company)
In case you’ve been overwhelmed by the sheer number of updates in the Activision Blizzard sex discrimation story, this will help you keep track of the latest developments.
WoW players stage virtual sit-in to protest Activision Blizzard’s culture of sex discrimination and to support Black Girls Code charity
Hundreds of World of Warcraft players took to the game’s social hub of Oribos to host a virtual sit-in protest against Activision Blizzard’s alleged “pervasive frat boy workplace culture.”
Cyberpunk 2077 dethrones World of Warcraft: Shadowlands as fastest-selling PC game of all time
Of the 8 million pre-orders for Cyberpunk 2077, the PC version accounted for 4.72 million. This makes Cyberpunk the biggest day one launch ever for a PC game — the title previously held (even if briefly) by World of Warcraft: Shadowlands.