Currently, it is apparently investigating whether investors who knew CEO Bobby Kotick have acted before the announcement of the Deal with Microsoft with shares of the company.
The Securities and Exchange Commission, which enforces the securities regulations, set appropriate requests to Activision Blizzard with simultaneous summons of the Ministry of Justice.
In a Communication, Activision secured the authorities to investigate his full cooperation in the investigation that wants to clarify whether insider trading was operated before the announcement.
But now, we throw some light with the popular Hero-Shooter franchise, which points to a version for mobile devices. A recent work publication for a product manager seems to indicate that a mobile version of the FPS may well be in development.
Blizzard Entertainment is looking for a talented and enthusiastic product manager to help us create the best experiences of mobile games in the world. This person will work on several titles: Diablo, Overwatch, Hearthstone and many other great games.
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It is not so surprising if you take into account that the study had warned in the past that Overwatch was just the beginning and that ambition was extend the license beyond the FPS. At the moment, this is the only information we have. But it seems logical to ask questions regarding the quite chaotic development experienced by the second installment of the franchise.
After the overwatch release in Switch, Blizzard may be looking to expand his Asian community, since the continent is particularly fond of mobile games. Although at the moment, we can not say much more until there is no official data.