David Messinger will oversee marketing across the company, including Blizzard and King. One analyst tells GameDaily that this could be a way to turn perception around for the slumping publisher.
Although King remained mostly the same, both Activision Publishing and Blizzard took significant hits to segmented net revenue this quarter, leading to an overall decline for Activision Blizzard.
With Pearce and Mike Morhaime now out, it's the end of an era for the venerable studio.
The former Blizzard boss acknowledges that crunch is not sustainable, and Blizzard itself has said it aims to be a 'no-crunch team.'
Conflicting announcements fuels confusion surrounding in-game 'gambling.'
Epic Games is injecting even more money into the competitive Fortnite scene.
The mega-publisher reinvests in development projects across all major franchises, but 2019 doesn't have a great outlook so far.
An upgraded version of last year's All-Access tool gives players more viewing options, and could change how we think about watching esports competitions.
NetEase has also invested extensively in former Activision partner, Bungie.
It's our first episode in 2019 and man is there a lot to talk about.