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‘Diablo Immortal’ release has been delayed to 2022

Controller support is also being worked on for the mobile title

Blizzard’s head of HR is latest to leave the company amid lawsuit

Blizzard's HR department allegedly worked to cover up abuses in the company

Shareholder sues Activision Blizzard for allegedly hiding harassment probe

The suit alleges Bobby Kotick "recklessly disregarded the fact that false and misleading statements were being issued"

Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick tells investors “people will be held accountable for their actions”

"We will be evaluating managers and leaders across the company with respect to their compliance with our processes for evaluating claims"

Take-Two CEO says company will not “tolerate harassment or discrimination”

Comments follow in the wake of the Activision Blizzard lawsuit

Blizzard Entertainment president J. Allen Brack is leaving the company

Brack is stepping down to "pursue new opportunities"

Former Blizzard developer says the industry “needs unionization”

No company that has “respect and civility for female, POC, LGBTQ+ employees” has anything to fear from unions

Activision Blizzard confirm former ‘World Of Warcraft’ director was fired for misconduct

"We had already conducted a separate investigation of Alex Afrasiabi and terminated him for his misconduct in his treatment of other employees."