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.
‘I think we're a lot better off trying to take the power into our own hands.’
Some current and former workers are disappointed, arguing that $18 million is just a drop in the bucket for a company worth more than $50 billion.
A reclining nude became a still life of fruit; a woman with a plunging neckline was given an all over redesign.
"We've seen retaliation already."
Blizzard’s chief information officer made the joke during an all-hands meeting after the departure of the company’s chief technology officer.
Company employees at a hacking conference made several inappropriate comments to a security researcher who was inquiring about Blizzard’s job openings.
An Activision IT worker pleaded guilty to mounting a camera under the sink in a “manner to point at the toilet” in 2018, court records show.
Labor relations experts say it's fair to ask whether Activision Blizzard is acting in good faith.
"This is the beginning of an enduring movement in favor of better labor conditions for all employees."