“Call of Duty Pioneer” has been released on all platforms for two weeks, although players have mastered the latest content of the first-person shooter series, but for “Call of Duty” publisher Activision, this is far from smooth sailing. Among the allegations of harassment, a report stated that CEO Bobby Kotick was aware of the abuse and actively tried to keep their jobs after colleagues were accused of harassment.
After the report came to light, PlayStation’s Jim Ryan and Xbox head Phil Spencer condemned Kotick, and Spencer revealed that he was “re-evaluating” the relationship between Xbox and Activision. In addition to the widespread call for Kotick’s resignation, PlayStation also removed Vanguard from the featured section of its website, which further exacerbated the growing fire.
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