Diablo's mobile cousin was, understandably, maligned for its exploitative microtransactions. But underneath that junk was Diablo 4's core, social-first experience.
Diablo 3 was pay-to-win just like Diablo Immortal.
A highly unusual agreement means that workers may have an easier time forming unions at Activision Blizzard once Microsoft has finished its acquisition of the gaming giant.
Raven Software’s QA team has formed a union, a small step that may tell us a lot about the future of the video game industry.
A huge event in the crunch-prone video game industry, which has long resisted organized labor.
Just days after announcing a desire to unionize, suddenly the Call of Duty developer's quality assurance workers are being shifted around.
After several weeks of striking, the quality assurance workers at the Call of Duty support studio are organizing.
A wide-ranging survey of game creators suggest the movement towards unionization is picking up real interest.
As regulators try to make up for past mistakes with technology companies, they shouldn't let the game industry get a pass.
Activision took the unusual step of naming alleged members of the cheat development organization.
A company executive who used to work in the Donald Trump administration sent an email trying to discourage employees from unionizing.
“I was told not to go to HR. I was told that the harassing men were ‘just trying to be friends with me.’ I was told, ‘They did nothing wrong by law.’”