The remake of Diablo 2: Resurrected, which is released on September 23, will be the first game that Blizzard releases since its own reputational downfall. Although Vicarious Visions has been working on an updated version, which is not related to what Blizzard is blamed for, the creators of Resurrected are ready for the scandal to affect them as well. by Axios, Director of Diablo 2: Resurrected Rob Gallerani stated that the allegations against Activision Blizzard worried the management of Vicarious Visions.
Although the studio wants to support its colleagues, it understands that public sentiment can turn against themselves. Part of their own contribution to the awakening policy has been reworking the characters of the classic game: amazon and other heroes made less sexualized and more militant.
In addition, management regularly asks their workers opinions on what could be improved in the life of the studio. However, when it comes to buying Diablo 2: Resurrected, Gallerani is sure players should do what they think is right.
They should abstain unless they exactly want to support Activision Blizzard. Recall that Diablo series creator David Brevik has stated that he will not only buy but also play the second remake parts.
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