Vicarious Visions Joins Blizzard for Diablo II Remake

Vicarious Visions Joins Blizzard for Diablo II Remake

Activision announced that Vicarious Visions Studio within Blizzard has moved to Blizzard side by Activision. The studio’s transition was due to a change in the remake of Diablo II.

Vicarious Visions, who worked on games such as Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy and Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2, announced that they had come under the roof of Blizzard from Activision, and Activision and Blizzard had already merged in 2007 as Activision Blizzard.

While the transition of Vicarious Visions was obvious, but the reason for this transition was finally clear. Jason Schreier, one of the well-known journalists of the game world, was the name that revealed this information. According to Schreier, the reason for this transition under the joint umbrella company is the Diablo II Remake.

Activision announced that Vicarious Visions Studio within Blizzard has moved to Blizzard side by Activision. The studios...

Blizzard has previously re-released games such as StarCraft Remastered, Warcraft III: Reforged under the “Classic” series. Apparently, it’s time for Diablo II, which was released in 2000 and managed to be one of the popular games of the series.

Blizzard has been working on a remake of Diablo II since last year, according to Schreier’s report published in Bloomberg. However, last year there was a big change in this project. Finally, click here to read more game news.