July 30, 2021

The Demise of Blizzard

The Demise of Blizzard

In the Court of Public Opinion, You're Guilty


In This Episode…

 

Trust can be lost in an instant. Activision Blizzard now knows this very well. This week I talk about how both parties are losing the message and maybe Blizzard as a brand should be gone. It has now soured too much for any type of redemption. Even though they created great games. From the accusations, they are terrible people. We shall see what the courts decide.

 

Show Notes

●      [01:43] Hood: Outlaws gets a new mode.

●      [02:54] Call of Duty: Modern Warfare (2019) has gamers still playing it.                       

●      [03:59] Escape from Naraka is the first game to use Nvidia DLSS ultra quality.

●      [04:51] Nvidia DLSS can now be downloaded for free to any developer

●      [06:37] California’s CEC laws are confusing.

●      [11:38] Hell Let Loose exits out of early access.

●      [12:48] A Fortnite streamer is in legal trouble.

●      [14:42] Players want McCree's name to change.

●      [17:38] The woke left ruins the ActBlizz Walkout and talking about the demise of Blizzard

 

People, Games, and Companies, We Mentioned in the Show

●      Overwatch

●      Hell Let Loose

●      Hood: Outlaws

●      Call of Duty Modern Warfare (2019)

●      Nvidia DLSS

●      Escape From Naraka

●      Activision Blizzard Lawsuit

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