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Activision Blizzard admits to investors that 1.3 million World of Warcraft subscribers left the game between January and March this year.
UpdatedBlizzard's Chris Metzen took the stage at the PS4 announcement to reveal that the normally PC-focused developer is bringing 'Diablo 3' to Sony's consoles.
Blizzard has confirmed that Battle.net was subject to a security breach and some gamers' email addresses and security questions have been accessed.
Games developer and publisher Blizzard Entertainment has moved to clarify reports that Diablo 3 gamers are falling victim to widespread account hacking.
World of Warcraft publisher Activision Blizzard is cutting 600 jobs as the company reacts to rapidly falling subscriber figures.
The number of paying subscribers for Blizzard's fantasy MMO World of Warcraft has dropped for the second financial quarter in a row.
Blizzard is currently readying its next major multiplayer online game, with the company's CEO outlining the plans for the latest MMO from the hugely successful studio behind World of Warcraft.
The CEO of World of Warcraft developer Blizzard has been discussing the studio's next major project. With a title still to be announced, Blizzard CEO Mike Morhaime was still happy to talk about the developer's next major game at a public event in Las Vegas this week.