Analysts: WoW Classic and Overwatch save Activision Blizzard from death, and Diablo 4 wait in 2021

In early August, Activision Blizzard published a financial report in which it recognized a decline in revenue.

The company began to lose players, and with them the profit, but over the past month things have gone uphill.

What is known

According to CNBC, Activision Blizzard was able toreturn investor interest, and since August 14, the company's share price has grown by 20%. Criticism from the gaming community did not affect the views of the holders of securities, because the latest announcements gave hope for a profit increase.

World of Warcraft ExitClassic, which has drawn the attention of players to Twitch. At the time of writing the news, 120 thousand viewers are watching WoW broadcasts, while only 48 thousand are watching Fortnite. The price of securities also raised the announcement of Overwatch for the Nintendo Switch and the imminent release of the restart of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. Both games will be released in October, but the fan base of the projects intersect weakly, which means there will be no competition between them.

Analyst Jeff Cohen noted that Blizzardwill continue to rely on "old intellectual property." It is expected that at the end of the year, World of Warcraft and Overwatch will receive new extensions, and Diablo 4 will delight gamers as early as 2021.