A Letter To Activision

A Letter To Activision
Credit to Activision Blizzard 

This post is not targeting any of the devs that I know and currently communicate with. I wanted to make this clear. This post is directly aimed at Activision and their shitty executives.

Dear Activision Blizzard,

I write this open letter as a concerned gamer, someone who has followed your company's journey and enjoyed many of your iconic titles over the years. Today, I want to address an issue that has been resonating within the gaming community, the topic of unfinished games and the dire need for improved security measures.

Firstly, it is essential to acknowledge that as a company, you have the right to protect your intellectual property (IP). Developing and releasing games requires substantial investments of time, effort, and resources. However, it is crucial to strike a balance between safeguarding your IP and prioritizing the experiences of the gamers who support your brand.

Recent years have witnessed the release of several games that could only be described as unfinished or lacking in polish. While meeting release deadlines is undoubtedly important, it should never come at the expense of delivering a high-quality product. Gamers eagerly anticipate your releases, investing their time and money with the expectation of a fully realized and immersive experience. Releasing unfinished games not only damages your reputation but also undermines the trust and loyalty of your dedicated fan base.

The gaming industry has undergone significant growth, and competition is fiercer than ever before. Gamers have more choices than ever when it comes to spending their time and money on video games. By releasing polished, complete experiences, you can set yourself apart from the crowd and reaffirm your commitment to excellence.

Additionally, I would like to draw your attention to the increasing concern regarding security vulnerabilities in your games. While it is understandable that no software is entirely immune to security flaws, it is crucial that you take proactive measures to address and patch these vulnerabilities promptly. The rise of third-party clients and unofficial modifications is often a result of gamers seeking alternative means to enjoy a better gaming experience or address unaddressed security issues.

Rather than focusing on suppressing third-party clients, consider investing in robust quality assurance processes. Rigorous testing and meticulous bug fixing should be integral to your game development cycle. By making security a top priority, you not only protect your players but also foster a safer and more enjoyable gaming environment for all.

I implore you to listen to the feedback and concerns expressed by the gaming community. Embrace transparency and open communication, addressing the issues that arise, and providing timely updates and solutions. Engage with your player base, encourage their input, and actively involve them in shaping the future of your games. By fostering a strong and respectful relationship with your community, you can forge a path towards mutual success.

Activision Blizzard, you have an incredible legacy and an opportunity to shape the future of gaming. By prioritizing the quality and polish of your games, you can create experiences that captivate and inspire. By investing in robust security measures and promptly addressing vulnerabilities, you can provide a safe haven for gamers to immerse themselves in your virtual worlds.

The gaming community eagerly awaits your response, hoping to see a commitment to change. Embrace this opportunity to grow, evolve, and become an industry leader in both quality and security. Together, let us build a brighter future for gaming, where players and developers thrive in harmony.


A Concerned Gamer