Blizzard Entertainment Acquires Proletariat Studio to Support World of Warcraft

Blizzard Entertainment Acquires Proletariat Studio to Support World of Warcraft

Just one year away from closing the purchase of Activision Blizzard by Microsoft, the first of them continues with its activity as normal. If a few days ago we knew the Bobby Kotick re-election as CEO of the company for another year, we have now learned that Blizzard Entertainment Acquires Proletariat Studio to Support World of Warcraft. So he gave it to know the VentureBeat portal, although for the moment the figure for which the studio until now responsible for the battle royale Spellbreak has become part of the Blizzard staff has not transpired.

Spellbreak, the battle royale of Proletariat.

As indicated by the information provided by the aforementioned medium, after this agreement the team of one hundred people de Proletariat will be joining Blizzard Entertainment effective immediately to work in support roles on World of Warcraft and the expansion dragon flightwhich will arrive at the end of this year. With regard to the aforementioned online game Spellbreak, Proletariat’s great project to date, its development will come to an end since those responsible will now be one hundred percent focused on their new tasks within Blizzard.

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VentureBeat recalls that this is the largest external operation that Activision Blizzard has carried out in the last decade, all to ensure the quality and deadlines of World of Warcraft and its expansion. Recently the legendary study Vicarious Visions it also became part of Blizzard and left its iconic legacy behind, but this company was already owned by Activision Blizzard, so it is not a purchase as such. Activision Blizzard is waiting for its sale to Microsoft to close for a amount of 68,500 million dollars the summer of 2023.

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