Activision Blizzard’s restructuring continues. This time it’s not about mass layoffs, but about relocating employees to other horizons.
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Vicarious Visions at absorb par Blizzard Entertainment. In the very productive studio, which has been the focus of Activision for fifteen years, its 200 employees are fully dedicated to Irvine games that we have learned from our colleagues at Games industry
After working with Vicarious Visions for a while and building a great relationship, Blizzard realized there was an opportunity [Vicarious Visions] to provide long-term support.
No information on the type of cooperation mentioned. It wasn’t until Jason and Schreier Bloomberg Mix up to learn that the Albany bass developers have been working with Blizzard on a Diablo II remake since 2020.
The latest project Vicarious Visions has been working on is the very popular Pro Skater 1 + 2 by Tony Hawk. He worked on a number of licenses (Guitar Hero, Destiny, Skylanders …), be it for reinforcement, for ports or for remasterings, including Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy.
Structurally, Simon Ebejer takes the place of the studio manager. That role was held by Jen Oneal, now Executive Vice President of Development at Blizzard.