A report reveals that Yakuza creator Toshihiro Nagoshi will be leaving Sega for NetEase Games, with negotiations being almost complete.
Helliquary Raids, changes to Bounties and Challenge Rifts, controller support and further optimization are coming based on feedback.
The fantasy action battle royale game is out in August, but its launch will be preceded by a week-long open beta in July.
The mobile spinoff will be launching globally soon, Activision reiterates.
Faction-based PvP, the Helliquary, and two new zones also added.
Preorders are live now.
Ultimates and Legendary Items, along with their effects on gameplay, are showcased
Blizzard's J. Allen Brack feels the company did a "poor job double emphasizing" this fact.
Ray-tracing, neural networks and 3D/4D processes are only the start.
"I don’t think it’s a requirement that we try to make every game work and speak to every single player," says Blizzard president J. Allen Brack.
Quantic Dream chief David Cage says the studio wants to "explore new grounds."
"Our goal is to develop our studio as a global, multi-franchise company, while remaining an independent studio," says studio CEO David Cage.
Ben Brode's Second Dinner has received a $30 million investment from NetEase for the project.
Let’s just hope they actually do have something meaningful to show this time.
Blizzard desperately trying to contain the negative reception to the upcoming Diablo Immortal.
This whole mess could have been avoided...
Ex-Blizzard developer thinks Blizzard is now out of touch with the fans.
Possible name for Bungie's next project, funded by NetEase, has been revealed.