Raven Software

‘Warzone’ loadout editing disabled due to “an unforeseen situation”

This isn't the first time pre-game loadout editing has caused a problem

Phil Spencer says Microsoft will not oppose Raven Software’s QA union

"We think it is a right of employees," shared Spencer

‘Call of Duty: Warzone’ studio wins bid to unionise

For the best part of a year now, Activision Blizzard has been involved in multiple lawsuits involving sexual harassment, discrimination, and workplace misconduct, as well as staff filing complaints about initimidation and coercive tactics to stifle staff trying to improve working conditions, but as of May 23rd, the developer Raven Software’s quality assurance workers for the studio behind ‘Call of Duty: Warzone’ have successfully voted to unionise as the Game Workers Alliance.

‘Call Of Duty: Warzone’ studio wins bid to unionise

"We’ll fight for respect, fight for better wages, better benefits, better work-life balance, fight for sustainability and job security, and continue to fight for our fellow workers in solidarity," shared one Raven Software employee

Raven Software staff say upcoming union vote makes hard work “worth it”

A May 23 ballot count will decide the fate of the Activision Blizzard union

‘Warzone’ Season 3 patch notes updated with ‘Vanguard’ gun improvements

Raven Software says 'Vanguard' guns were less effective on Caldera due to longer "engagement distances"

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