Nearly one year after Fortnite: Battle Royale made its debut on mobile, Activision has announced a partnership with Tencent to launch Call of Duty: Mobile as a free-to-play iOS and Android title.
Firms are racing to find a lead plaintiff and time is running out.
After a record year, investors unlikely to be swayed by social media campaign.
The mega-publisher reinvests in development projects across all major franchises, but 2019 doesn't have a great outlook so far.
Pomerantz LLP declared it is investigating security fraud claims or any other illegal business practices on Activision-Blizzard's investors' behalf. One expert warns that this is a normal practice after a 'very bad day at the market' and most likely reflects lawyers 'gaming the securities laws.'
Bungie takes a bold step in embracing its 'Destiny'. But what about Activision-Blizzard?
NetEase has also invested extensively in former Activision partner, Bungie.
The road ahead for Bungie is filled with the opportunities and challenges of self-publishing a triple-A game.
It's our first episode in 2019 and man is there a lot to talk about.