Xbox’s purchase of Activision Blizzard It was announced earlier this year by Microsoft. Those of Redmond, after going through the worst time with the California study due to the charges that have been brought against it for harassment and other improper work practices, surprisingly announced that they had reached an agreement for the acquisition of it.
However, an acquisition of this size must go through the corresponding legal channels, as we have reported in recent months. In fact, in early July we reported that the UK’s main competition agency was already investigating the deal and that its decision would likely come in early September. However, It seems companies are already taking Xbox’s purchase of Activision Blizzard for granted.like Sony.
Sony says in a statement to the Brazilian commission (and presumably other commissions that must approve the Xbox/Activ deal) that none of their developers can make a game that rivals COD.
They are negative about acquisition in general
Other editor responses are included: pic.twitter.com/GfCp4y7Ju1
— Joe Smhoe (@Innthacut) July 31, 2022
Sony Completes Xbox Purchase of Activision Blizzard
As we can see through the collection of information made by the user @Innthacut from Twitter, Sony Is Extremely Negative With Xbox’s Purchase Of Activision Blizzard. The Japanese company assured the Brazilian commission that the PlayStation brand does not have any developer capable of creating a game in direct competition with Call of Duty.
Xbox takeover of Activision Blizzard draws closer
During the validation process for the takeover of Microsoft, various video game companies were contacted, including Sony, Warner Bors, Ubisoft and Bandai Namco, among others. Although most of them have assured that every game has a close competitor, the creator of the PlayStation brand has assured that there is no company capable of creating a direct competitor (at the level of influence) for Call of Duty, a title capable of making a difference. when deciding which system to play in.
Therefore, Sony has ensured that the loss of the Call of Duty franchise following the takeover of Activision Blizzard by Xbox would be difficult to replace, so we’re guessing they’ve taken a stand against that decision, or at least in terms of losing the franchise to the PlayStation system. Finally, it seems that Sony is extremely negative about the acquisition, practically shutting it down.
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