Is a first person court-room shoot-up on the cards?
Law firm Pomerantz has issued a shareholder alert and, it says, is investigating Activision Blizzard and its “officers” for possible securities fraud or other “unlawful business practices”.
Quite low considering all graphics improvements
Blizzard has officially released PC system requirements for Warcraft III: Reforged, a remastered version of the original Warcraft III strategy coming sometime next year.
It was pulled at the last minute
It appears that Diablo 4 announcement was actually planned for BlizzCon 2018 and could have eased the online reactions regarding the Diablo Immortal game.
Kills support for DirectX 9
Blizzard has recently released its latest Battle for Azeroth pre-patch for World of Warcraft, which has both finally added support for DirectX 12 as well as killed support for DirectX 9.
New races, new kingdoms, new level cap and more
Blizzard has now confirmed an official launch date for its seventh World of Warcraft expansion, Battle of Azeroth, which will be on April 14th and bring a higher level cap, new races, new kingdoms and more.
Digitial market growing like topsy
Latest figures show that the Overwatch earning $269 million in digital revenues across both PC and console, pushing the PC category up 8 per cent.
Everything was a total failure
If you ever wondered why Blizzard cancelled Titan, the follow-up to World of Warcraft, the answer is pretty much why you might have expected – nothing worked at all.
Writes cheque for $5.9 Billion
Activision Blizzard is buying the maker of Candy Crush for a huge $5.9 billion.
Causes major shakeup on the leaderboards
In another exciting round of Blizzard swings the ban-hammer, this time the target is Diablo 3 and the fallout as caused a major shakeup of the leaderboards because cheaters have been booted.
All it takes is a good expansion pack