Today, the LEGO gaming company announced suspend the release of the LEGO Overwatch 2 Titan product initially scheduled for February 1. As you know, the American video game company Activison-Blizzard has been in turmoil for some time. And for good reason, the revelations concerning certain actions within the company do not cease to emerge (accusations of harassment among others) and everyone therefore decides to review their partnership.
LEGO reviews its relationship with Activision-Blizzard
The Swedish company has decided to follow this wave of protest against Activision-Blizzard, and therefore decided, in a press release, to question any partnership with the video game company until further notice:
“We are currently in the process of reviewing our partnership with Activision-Blizzard, given our consideration for the progress made in addressing persistent allegations regarding workplace culture, particularly women’s work and the creation of a diverse environment. and inclusive. While we complete this review, we are suspending the release of the LEGO Overwatch 2 which was set to release on February 1. “
Activision-Blizzard continues to be sanctioned since the lawsuit filed by the state of California last July, and this affects all sides of the company. It’s no longer a surprise, but Overwatch 2, which was to relaunch the series, has been repeatedly rejected, and we wonder if the game will ever be released.