LEGO delays Overwatch 2 set release as it reviews partnership with Activision Blizzard


LEGO has announced that they will delay Overwatch 2’s Titan Set as it is currently considering a partnership with Activision Blizzard.

Set for release on February 1, LEGO Overwatch 2 Titan (76980) was revealed in December, and Titan will be the first installment of the series to launch this year. However, LEGO has now decided to delay Titan due to the ongoing situation at ActiBlizz.

“We are currently reviewing our partnership with Activision Blizzard, due to concerns about the progress being made to address continued allegations regarding workplace culture, particularly the way we treat female colleagues and create a diverse and inclusive environment”, the company said (via TheBrickFan).

“While completing the review process, we will be pausing the release of the LEGO Overwatch 2 product slated to go on sale on February 1, 2022.

Things have gone awry at Activision Blizzard since California Department of Housing and Fair Employment July lawsuit was brought against it for allegations of sexual discrimination and harassment.

Are from, six US state treasurers put pressure on The company responded to its sexual harassment scandal through a meeting with its board members, and although the company appears to be trying to move in the right direction, it has fired several key figures. latch, recent efforts to break up unions question how serious the company is about improving workplace practices. LEGO delays Overwatch 2 set release as it reviews partnership with Activision Blizzard

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