Armin Zerza, CFO Activision BlizzardWe've made the decision to give the Diablo and Overwatch team the extra time to deliver the experience that their communities deserve and set the francizes up for maximum success over a multi-year period. We're therefore currently not planning to include contributions from Overwatch 2 or Diablo in 2022. While this development will push out the financial outlook that we expect to see next year, we firmly believe that this is the right course of action for our people, for the longterm success of the franchises, and for our shareholders.
CEO Bobby KotickI couldn't be more passionate and committed to being the most performance focused, welcoming and inclusive company in entertainment. What you heard me discuss earlier is just the beginning of the actions that we intend to take to achieve that objective. And of course, we need accountability, so we will continue to provide regular progress in updates both quarterly to our shareholders, as well as annual in our ESG reports, and will be monitoring the progress of our business units, our franchise teams, and our functional leaders with respect to workplace initiatives, and that status will also be reported to our employees quarterly. Right now and going forward, communicating with our employees and getting feedback has been a crucial part of the process, we'll obviously continue to keep our investors informed, but the work that we've done with our employees has resulted in very constructive new initiatives, and more that we will continue to announce over the next few months. I feel good about the progress we are making.