The lawsuit against Activision Blizzard alleging harassment, unfair pay, and a "frat boy" culture has rocked the video game industry. Here's everything you need to know about it, from the suit itself to the aftermath.
Deep Silver Volition has announced a Saints Row reboot, and it's caused a bit of confusion among fans. While the last mainline entry, Saints Row 4, was over the top, this one looks more toned down. Here's what you need to know.
Overwatch announced that they're changing the name of the gunslinger McCree after his namesake was fired from Blizzard in the aftermath of a workplace discrimination lawsuit against the company. It also announced it will no longer be naming in-game characters after real people.
The new Saints Row game is coming out in February 2022, but it's not a sequel to the over-the-top Saints Row 4. It's a reboot, and considering that you went to hell in the last game, maybe it makes sense to start over.
On Wednesday, July 28, Activision Blizzard employees walked out of their job. Hundreds of employees lined up outside Blizzard Entertainment headquarters in Irvine, Calif., in support of leadership accepting four demands from organizers stemming from an explosive California lawsuit that details wide-ranging sexual harassment, pay disparities, and even "frat boy" culture.