Lego Delays Overwatch 2 Sets Indefinitely as Activision Blizzard’s Legal Troubles Continue

Activision Blizzard's legal troubles are starting to reason a ripple impact.

(*2*) remains in scorching water after fresh sexual harassment accusations were made by means of present and previous employees. Evidently, their trade partners know the way grave the placement is, as Lego's announced they are delaying planned Overwatch 2 sets indefinitely.

Releasing a commentary through The Brick Fan (by the use of Polygon), that confirmed Lego's reviewing their current partnership with Activision Blizzard, bringing up concerns surrounding how the corporate has handled female employees. Previously, those Overwatch 2 sets were intended to release early subsequent month on February 1.

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Lego Delays Overwatch 2 Sets Indefinitely as Activision Blizzard’s Legal Troubles Continue

Here's the total remark:

“We are recently reviewing our partnership with Activision Blizzard, given concerns in regards to the progress being made to address continuing allegations regarding administrative center culture, especially the treatment of feminine colleagues and creating a various and inclusive environment. While we complete the assessment, we can pause the discharge of a LEGO Overwatch 2 product which was due to pass on sale on February 1, 2022.”

This isn’t the primary time a company's stated they are going to evaluate its relationship with Activision Blizzard following the lawsuit. Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo have all previously expressed concern, regardless that at the moment, they've continued selling their games.

Prior to this, Lego had previously launched numerous Overwatch sets, in accordance with the primary game and its various spaces. This Overwatch 2 Lego set would have centred across the cinematic saying the sequel, that includes Tracer and Mei taking on the Omnic Titan.