Now the price tags are in euros. However, you still can’t buy anything.
Activision Blizzard was one of the first gaming companies to succumb to hysterics and announce the suspension of sales of their products in Russia. Since then, it has become almost impossible to purchase the holding’s games directly in the Battle.net store (all payment methods, except for the internal wallet, which you still need to be able to replenish somehow, are disabled), but prices continued to be displayed in rubles.
Over time, the company increasingly eliminated this discrepancy: first, discounts ceased to operate in the Russian region, then price tags for new games began to be displayed in euros, and now, today, apparently, the process has ended. According to users of the service, from now on all games, regardless of their “age”, are displayed in Battle.net with a price tag in euros.
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In any case, before us is a complete refusal of Activision Blizzard from the Russian market, which is one of the largest in Europe. Whether the company will change its position is a good question. Looking at the direction and speed at which geopolitical events are now unfolding, this is unlikely to happen in the foreseeable future.
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