Diablo 2: Resurrected director says players should “do what they feel is right” when deciding whether or not to support publisher Activision Blizzard by buying the remake when it goes on sale next week.

It’s the first game the company has released since allegations of a “frat boy” work culture at Activision Blizzard were made by the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing, although it’s important to note that the lead developer here is Vicarious Visions, which has not been involved nor implicated in the legal complaint.

“It was definitely very troubling to hear these types of things,” design director Rob Gallerani told Axios (thanks, VGC). “And we really wanted to support our colleagues and our co-workers.”

Read more

Read full article

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here