Almost two years have passed since Microsoft announced its intention to buy. Activision BlizzardA road that has been filled with potholes, because FTC And CMA They opposed the transaction. However, relevant changes were made to the contract so that they finally agreed to go ahead and today we can say that the deal is finally closed.
They gave the news through their official website, where they welcome the company and the development studios that come with it, since not only teams from Sagas e.g. Diablo Y Calf DutyThere are also mobile parts the kingThat is, those who have made a name for themselves in the said market for flagship launches Candy crush.
Here is part of his speech:
Players are always at the center of everything we do. And as we grow, we will continue to put players at the center of everything. We’ll continue to listen to your feedback, build a community where you can be yourself, where developers can do their best work and continue to make really fun games. As promised, we will continue to make more games available in more places, and this starts now by allowing cloud streaming providers and players to stream Activision Blizzard games in the European Economic Area, a commitment made with the European Commission. Today we began work on bringing beloved Activision, Blizzard and King franchises to Game Pass and other platforms. We’ll be sharing more about when you can play in the coming months. We know you’re excited and so are we.
It’s worth mentioning that even though the company is practically theirs, they still need to sign some paperwork to get everything off the ground, plus some games aren’t even released yet. game passAs some contracts which have already closed are still to be fulfilled activation. However, it is possible that in the first months of 2024 we will already see big franchises on platforms such as game pass And obviously, anything that comes from these in the future will hit the platform on day one.
Through: Xbox News
Editor’s note: This news cycle that seemed to never end has finally come to a close, and finally those who wanted the Activision Blizzard catalog on Game Pass will be able to play all of these games. Something that catches my attention is that Crush, Spyro and Banjo-Kazoo are part of the same family.