Sony removed Call of Duty: Vanguard ads from PlayStation

The conflict within Activision Blizzard, which is growing by leaps and bounds, has gone far beyond the companys borders — major partners like Sony and Microsoft are concerned about the situation. Jim Ryan sent a letter asking to comment on the situation, and in the meantime, ads for the recent Call of Duty: Vanguard have been removed from the official PlayStation website. The cat could well influence the ratings of the game.

Now, the latest Call of Duty scores are significantly lower than those set by the press in the first days since the fall of the embargo. And gamers completely “destroyed” the Metacritics shooter.

Also recall that Vanguard showed the worst start for the series in Britain in the last 14 years. More at Gambling, Activision recommends a “more positive” attitude to victims of violence The Modern Conflict Media event has begun at Enlisted: Jeff Kaplan defended the Overwatch team from” corporate nonsense”.