Proletariat is dropping its request for a unionization vote under the National Labor Relations Board. The Activison-Blizzard owned studio initially declared the intent to unionize the full studio in December.
Unionization efforts for Proletariat will head to an anonymous vote after some workers may have felt pressured to participate. A new statement from the workers' group is optimistic about ongoing discussions.
Activision Blizzard refuses to voluntarily recognize Proletariat unionization efforts, which will send the dispute over voter eligibility to the NLRB.
Proletariat, Inc, the studio that made the spell-slinging Battle Royale Spellbreak and recently was acquired by Activision Blizzard, announced today that the workers have organized into a union and are asking for management to voluntarily recognize the union.
Blizzard has formally closed its deal to acquire Proletariat, and there's a brand new blog from Warcraft general manager John Hight, discussing their reasons for acquiring the Spellbreak developer.
Blizzard has acquired Spellbreak developer Proletariat, which will become part of Blizzard and work on World of Warcraft content. Spellbreak will shut down in early 2023.
Spellbreak is releasing its next chapter update next week on April 8th, and with it is its new Dominion mode. A 5v5 mode that sees players fight over control points, it highlights what makes Spellbreak great: its combat.
We're just 2 days away from Chapter 1 The Spellstorm in Spellbreak and the developers at Proletariat have put together an animated teaser to prep players for their first (post prologue) chapter. The chapter will roll out on all supported platforms December 15th.
In the world of battle royales, Spellbreak is pretty unique in its take on the genre. A high-flying, spell slinging battle royale, Spellbreak is looking to solve one of the more pressing issues of the genre: world building.
Proletariat's recently releasedd spell-slinging battle roayle, Spellbreak, is getting its first content release. Titled Prologue: The Gathering Storm, the new update brings with it weekly quests, talents and an all new Clash mode.
Spellbreak, a late to the scene battle royale is making quite the splash in on gaming sites lately and for good reason. Out of the development team at Proletariat Inc, previously responsible for a semi-popular Twitch plugin called Stream Legends, has spent the last few years working on their own unique take on the battle royale genre and the results are in and it's a homerun in my book.
Spellbreak, the magical, stylized battle royale game, has released today on Epic Games Store, Playstation 4, Xbox One and the Nintendo Switch. In addition to releasing on all platforms, it will also be cross-play and cross-progression across all of the platforms.