According to a report in UK publication The Telegraph, Activision is so upset over not getting the promised tax breaks that it may shut down a 600 employee-staffed facility. The United Kingdom's rollback of promised tax breaks for video game development was killed in June as part of cost cutting measures that the government had to enact in order to get the budget in order.
Bobby Kotick, Activision's chief executive, called the decision "a terrible mistake."
"There are so many other places that are encouraging the video games industry," he said, according to The Telegraph.
The Activision satellite office is in Slough, Berkshire.
Here is the quote from The Telegraph:
Activision Blizzard, the world's biggest publisher of video games, has described Britain's move to scrap tax relief for the industry a "terrible mistake" and refused to rule out moving its UK operations elsewhere.