Frank Pearce is one of the three co-founders of Blizzard and he has announced that he is leaving the company after nearly thirty years.
CarBot Animations and Blizzard release StarCraft: Cartooned and turn 2017's StarCraft: Remastered into a beautifully animated masterpiece.
Hearthstone's latest update, which already makes controversial changes to Classic cards' functionality, also censors several pieces of artwork.
A report states Blizzard is working on both Diablo 4 and Overwatch 2, and that focus on those games resulted in the cancelation of a StarCraft FPS.
A new report emerges suggesting some high profile members of Blizzard's executive staff will be departing the company over issues with morale.
In a recent interview, John Hight, executive producer and vice president for World of Warcraft, states Blizzard wants WoW to be a no crunch game.
An article detailing Ovia, a pregnancy tracking app, reveals that Activision Blizzard has been using health monitoring tech on employees since 2014.
Overwatch League professional Daniel "Dafran" Francesca leaves his team, Atlanta Reign, with this news coming one month after he made his pro debut.
Hearthstone is a welcome addition to the Blizzard family, and the Boomsday expansion has been out for almost ten months. These are essential cards!
An Overwatch contenders team, Lucky Future, creates a controversy surrounding player acquisitions that could implicate Blizzard as well.
Glen Schofield, creator of Dead Space and prolific dev, recently revealed that Activision rejected an original IP from him before he left the company.
Video game development veteran Amy Hennig is looking toward a future in which games are created by means that are more similar to film production.
In the latest in Activision's tale of woe, it has emerged that over 200 Blizzard employees are being laid off by the company as part of restructuring.
Activision Blizzard shareholders are being encouraged to join a class action suit after the company's split with Bungie and the sale of Destiny.
As You Sow, a non-profit organization that specializes in CEO and employee pay gap analysis, lists Activision Blizzard's and EA's CEOs as overpaid.
Blizzard's office in Versailles, France has over 400 people still waiting to find out if they've lost their jobs in sweeping, company-wide layoffs.
While Activision Blizzard celebrates record profits, hundreds of employees are losing their jobs in the name of the company's bottom line.
While an untold number of Activision-Blizzard employees brace for joblessness, the company paid out millions to a new executive last month.
Activision Blizzard is facing multiple class-action lawsuits from investors following their split with Bungie and the loss of the Destiny franchise.