Activision Blizzard is embroiled in yet another controversy as California State lawyers are fired and resign over what they claim is interference from governor Gavin Newsom’s office during the Department of Fair Employment and Housing’s harassment lawsuit against the publisher.
Check out today’s Weekend Roundup to see just how the scales of justice might be tipped in this ongoing trash fire saga.
In other news Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 might be too fancy for Switch, Kingdom Hearts 4 is underway, Cyberpunk 2077 devs have more DLC in the works, and Sony is investing over a billion dollars in Epic Games.
This week’s 5-Second review uses Brian’s critical might to deliver a verdict and this week’s Coming Soon section has some weird stuff in it… in a good way… probably.
Have a great weekend everyone and thanks for watching!
00:00 – California governor accused of helping Activision Blizzard
03:54 – Breath of the Wild 2 might be too big for Switch
05:34 – Kingdom Hearts 4 is underway
06:24 – Cyberpunk 2077 devs have more planned
07:27 – Sony invests a LOT in Epic Games
08:50 – 5-Second Review
09:07 – Coming Soon
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[The Washington Post] Activision Blizzard being sued for toxic work culture
[Bloomberg] California governor accused of interfering with Activision Blizzard lawsuit
[Youtube] Digital Foundry Direct Weekly #55 Zelda BotW2 may be too fancy for Switch
[YouTube] Kingdom Hearts 4 Revealed
[Square Enix] Official Kingdom Hearts 4 Press Release
[IGN] Cyberpunk 2077 next gen patch details
[Reddit] CD Projekt Red Director talks Cyberpunk 2077 DLC plans
[IGN] Cyberpunk 2077 is far from finished
[Epic Games] Sony invests a billion dollars into Epic Games metaverse
[Kotaku] Why Sony is investing a billion dollars into Epic Games