World of Warcraft is Blizzard’s cash cow. The game needs users to continue playing a monthly membership. The game makes a lot of money for the firm with in-game purchases for drivers, animals and cosmetics. But the development of the game currently appears to have stopped to guess what.
This is because of an ongoing lawsuit filed by the state of California against Activision Blizzard. Blizzard’s parent company, for workplace harassment that allegedly has a “cousin culture at work”. As a result, morale at the company always seems to be low, which in the case of World of Warcraft has resulted in the developers stopping work on the game.
This was said by World of Warcraft Senior Systems Designer Jeff Hamilton. He posted his thoughts on what was happening at the company on Twitter. He wrote: “I don’t know what to do. I don’t have all the answers. I can tell you, there is almost no work in World of Warcraft right now while this obscenity is at play. And it’s not good for anyone – not players, not developers, not shareholders. “
Apparently, Blizzard hasn’t finished its game yet. And we doubt that at least it won’t be for long, so it’s more like a message employees want to send to the company. There are now reports of players at World of Warcraft organizing protesters during games following allegations against Activision Blizzard.