For the past few years,"Overwatch" has celebrated the Lunar New Year with a special in-game event. Here is all you need to know about 2022's festivities.
Xbox CEO Phil Spencer has may revive some old Activision Blizzard games after the Microsoft acquisition. Here are some titles that could be returning.
Microsoft already makes a lot of money from video games, but that revenue will be even higher once it formerly acquires Activision Blizzard.
If the acquisition closes, the $68.7 billion deal will be one of the biggest tech acquisitions in history. Activision is behind the popular "Call of Duty" game.
Microsoft announced that it will be buying "Call of Duty" and "World of Warcraft" publisher Activision Blizzard. Here's what it means for the future of gaming.
"We are disappointed in the Wall Street Journal's report, which presents a misleading view of Activision Blizzard and our CEO," the company said in a statement.
The team behind "Overwatch" have announced that they will be changing the name of their McCree character, due to its association with a disgraced level designer
"The Board concealed from its shareholders that the Company was the subject of an investigation involving precisely the treatment of women in its workplace," the suit states.
Popular game company Activision Blizzard is making company-wide changes in light of sexual harassment and workplace discrimination claims.
The games developer is being sued by the state of California for discriminating against female employees and fostering a "frat boy culture" of harassment.
The California lawsuit claims women who work for the video game developer were paid less and subjected to a "frat boy" culture of sexual harassment.
With a balance patch expected next week, 'Hearthstone' Lead Developer Dean Ayala talks future plans and what went right (and wrong) with Demon Hunter.
The RTS that defined a generation in 2002 had big shoes to fill, and they aren't being filled by "Warcraft 3: Reforged." Right now, the game is being review bombed on Metacritic.
"Diablo 4" and "Overwatch 2" have been eclipsed by controversy at the company.
Why are people boycotting game company Blizzard?
The CEOs of video game developers Electronic Arts (EA) and Activision Blizzard are among the most overpaid executives in America, making more than 300 times the median employee.
"Candy Crush," while still globally popular, has been on the decline in the past two years.