Latest Blizzard Entertainment Stories

World of Warcraft To Go Mobile?
2012-03-22 06:46:36

World of Warcraft (WOW) may be moving onto mobile devices such as iPhones or tablet PC´s, according to a BBC News report. Currently the only official mobile app related to WOW is a free Mobile Armoury app that helps players keep track of characters and adventures. The concern in going mobile is shrinking the interface, John Lagrave told Eurogamer. He said, “Maybe we´ll stumble on the great way to put WOW on the phone – maybe we won´t, but we´re certainly...

Job Cuts For Activision Blizzard
2012-03-01 05:38:03

Activision Blizzard announced that the company was laying off 600 employees globally. The company makes World of Warcraft (WOW) and has seen a drop-off of subscribers recently. The company announced that ninety percent of the layoffs come from divisions unrelated to game development, meaning that no developers for WOW will be affected by the financial decision. Subscribers to the virtual world are important for Activision. World of Warcraft is the company´s most profitable...

2012-01-27 10:39:17

Blizzard Entertainment, the company who keeps Mountain Dew in business with its online game World Of Warcraft, is retiring nearly 2,000 blade servers from active service and is offering them for sale to benefit St. Jude´s Children´s Research Hospital which specializes in cancer treatment and other life-threatening diseases in children. Each server has been fitted with a transparent case, etched with the World of Warcraft logo, and bears a plaque bearing the signatures of the...

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