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Diablo 2: Resurrected developer on Blizzard lawsuit: 'do what feels right'

In an interview about the charges against Activision Blizzard, Diablo 2: Resurrected design director Rob Gallerani addressed players who are hesitant to buy the game. According to him, players should ‘do what feels right’.
“It was very disturbing to hear those things,” said Gallerani of the sexual harassment and other misconduct at the company. “We wanted to support our colleagues and collaborators.”The team behind the Diablo 2 remaster is made up of employees from Vicarious Visions, which previously did not Blizzard games worked. Still, the design director says the situation caused self-reflection in the team. “We heard a lot of positive things, but I don’t think people accept that. We always have to keep asking,” he continues.On Twitter , some Blizzard employees previously indicated that “boycotting” games backfires on current employees at the company.In late July, Activision Blizzard was charged with widespread discrimination in the workplace, with especially towards women. Since then, Blizzard director J. Allen Brack and Jesse Meschuk of human resources have left the company, among others. Company shareholders also announced that they are suing Activision Blizzard and employees are forming an alliance against a letter from Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick.Last month, the lawsuit against the company was expanded for “sabotage”, and represents the California also temps.

In an interview about the charges against Activision Blizzard, Diablo 2: Resurrected design director Rob Gallerani addressed players who are hesitant to buy the game. According to him, players should ‘do what feels right’.

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