The developers behind Diablo II: Resurrection He said consumers should “do what they think is right” when considering buying the game.
Diablo II: Resurrection, which will be released on September 23, is the first Activision Blizzard game since California sued Activision Blizzard in late July, accusing her of failing to deal with complaints of sexual harassment and discrimination.
The new version was developed by Blizzard’s Vicarious Visions studio, a New York-based developer who was not involved in the process.
However, talk to the site Axios (via VGC), the studio’s design director, Rob Gallerani, said the allegations prompted him to review its operations and ask his employees how he could improve his work culture.
“It was definitely very upsetting to hear that kind of thing,” he said of the allegations of misconduct. “And we really wanted to support our colleagues and co-workers.” We heard a lot of really positive things. [em nossa revisão interna], but I don’t think we’ll be able to ignore it. We always need to keep asking.”
The controversy also led to the developer checking the original content of Diablo II He looks for references that could be considered problematic, but Gallerani said he found none.
However, Gallerani said changes in the remake Diablo II: Resurrection Includes Amazon redesign. He said his redesign was primarily intended to make all the characters look like warriors, not people who “walked out of a club”.
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