After merging with Blizzard Entertainment, Vicarious Visions will lose its name

Vicarious Visions, the developer behind the recent Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy and Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 and 2 remakes, will lose its reputation after merging with Blizzard Entertainment.

This news comes from Polygon, According to reports, its source said Activision Blizzard told Vicarious employees that the company’s name would be lost When the merger is officially completedAlthough sad, it is not surprising, considering that we already know everything we know-its excellent remake and remake-may be pushed aside when the merger is announced, from the report Said that the studio will turn to “full commitment to existing Blizzard games and plans,” such as Overwatch and World of Warcraft.

According to reports, the substitute employee told Polygon Their impression, despite the merger, it will still be an independent studio that happens to be owned by Blizzard.When the news was announced to the team, no new studio name was given, but according to Polygon, Some employees want the new name to be Blizzard Albany because it is located in Albany, New York.

Studio staff told Polygon They were not surprised by the news, some people said “write on the wall”. However, at least one employee felt sorry for all this suddenly, especially because Activision Blizzard marked the meeting as a “easy and fast” meeting. During the meeting, Activision Blizzard stated that there is no plan to lay off Vicarious at present.

For more details about the loss of Vicarious name, be sure to check Polygonal Full report Then check out Game informant The subdivision of this merger and its significance to the studio after that.

[Source: Polygon]