Diablo creator shows anger at Blizzard, following abuse allegations: won’t buy Diablo 2 Resurrected

Blizzard He is currently going through one of the worst moments in living memory, and the reason is justified. As you know, a lawsuit uncovered alleged cases of abuse of women workers in the company, with some chilling testimonies. This is bringing consequences and boycotting the company: the last to join, the creator of diablo.

David Brevik, considered the father of the Diablo saga, main designer of the first game and director of the second, has commented on Twitter your current rejection of the company and to the games that are released soon. This means that the creative will not support or buy Diablo 2: Resurrected, the remaster of the game that he directed in the 2000s.

“Sorry but i don’t support blizzard right now, including everything to do with Diablo 2: Resurrected. I will not buy or stream the game and my interactions with him will be very limited, “explained Brevik, in response to a user who said it would be fun to see what he thinks of the remaster. Brevik is not happy with the company.

The reality is that it is not news that the creator of Diablo is not very happy with the current Blizzard. In the past we have already had other episodes in which it has shown that the company no longer to your liking And, at the end of 2019, several Diablo creators commented that the old Blizzard had died. Brevik didn’t like Diablo 3 much either.

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Despite all the controversy surrounding Blizzard, it is clear that many players have an interest in Diablo 2: Resurrected. With these cases, there is always the debate about whether it is better not to buy the game and thus show discontent, or to do it in another way, because it also hurts those workers who have not done anything wrong. Either way, the game is one of the featured releases this month: will be released on September 23 for consoles and PC.