LEGO Overwatch 2 set delayed over workplace allegations at Activision Blizzard

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LEGO has decided to postpone a new Overwatch 2 LEGO set as the company continues to investigate its relationship with Activision Blizzard over misconduct and harassment allegations against the game developer.

First reported by The brick fan, the Overwatch 2 Titan set was due out on February 1st. Now LEGO says it will let fans know about the partnership as soon as the company makes a decision.

“We are currently reviewing our partnership with Activision Blizzard as we are concerned about the progress made in addressing persistent allegations about workplace culture, particularly dealing with female colleagues and creating a diverse and inclusive environment,” LEGO said in a statement . “As we finalize the review, we will be pausing the release of a LEGO Overwatch 2 product that should go on sale February 1, 2022.”

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