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In an Instagram post, Fergusson confirmed he is D2R Items joining Blizzard in March to run this Diablo franchise. He has also expressed his gratitude to former colleagues who worked at The Coalition and Xbox. "Leaving is bittersweet as I love our Gears family, our fans, and everyone from The Coalition and Xbox," he added. "Thank youfor all the support, it's been an honor and privilege to work with you all."

Three prominent Activision Blizzard developers have left the company as a result of a devastating sexual harassment lawsuit filed by California state officials.

Diablo IV game director Luis Barriga, Blizzard lead level designer Jesse McCree (who's also the creator of the Diablo's cowboy hero's name) and World of Warcraft designer Jonathan LeCraft have all been removed in the name of their company Activision Blizzard has confirmed via GameSpot. The announcement was first made public by Kotaku.

According to the sources, Activision Blizzard didn't specify why the three developers were removed of their positions. Activision's official statement provides nothing to indicate why. However, these resignations come following a lawsuit California has filed against gaming giant alleged that the company fostered an environment of discrimination against women and harassment.

"We are able to confirm that Luis Barriga, Jesse McCree, as well as Jonathan LeCraft are no longer at the firm," an Activision Blizzard spokesperson confirmed. "We have a deep, talented roster of developers currently in place and new leaders have been named as necessary. We are confident of our capacity to grow providing amazing experiences to our customers, and continue to move forward to cheap D2R Ladder Items provide a safe and productive workplace for everyone."

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