Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?


Microsoft ensures that some Activision games will continue on PlayStation

Microsoft Activision games

On January 18, Microsoft announced that it was in the process of acquiring ActivisionBlizzard, a company that had serious problems regarding complaints of sexual and workplace harassment. In turn, they lost several directors in recent months after the scandals, which delayed their projects for the following years.

The purchase of all the studios linked to Blizzard is expected to be completed at the end of the 2023 fiscal year. Of course, this movement has generated great expectations among gamers, who eagerly await news about conflicting games such as Overwatch 2 or Diablo Four.

Advertisement. Scroll to continue reading.

Will Microsoft have many more Xbox exclusives?

One of the concerns of the community is that PlayStation could run out of cross-platform games. Let’s remember that Microsoft has also acquired Bethesda and could launch Fallout exclusively for Xbox Series X if it wanted to.

However, Phil Spencer, responsible for the Xbox brand, has come out to put cold cloths on the situation.

“Microsoft will continue to make some Activision games for PlayStation consoles, but will also keep some Xbox-exclusive content,” Microsoft’s official statement read.

Advertisement. Scroll to continue reading.


Radeon RX 6500 XT review: The next-gen card for the older generation

“Activision Blizzard’s incredible franchises will also accelerate our plans for Cloud Gaming, allowing more people in more places around the world to participate in the Xbox community using phones, laptops and other devices. Activision Blizzard games are enjoyed on a wide variety of platforms and we will continue to support those communities in the future,” added Spencer, CEO of Microsoft Gaming.

“Activision Blizzard games are appreciated on a multitude of platforms,” Spencer stated earlier this week. “We aim to continue to support those communities moving forward.” It’s easy to see a scenario in which Microsoft keeps Call of Duty: Warzone on several platforms, but all future Call of Duty games are exclusive to the Xbox One. After all, Microsoft isn’t going to keep spending $68.7 billion on PlayStation games indefinitely.

Advertisement. Scroll to continue reading.

What do you think about Microsoft Activision games ? Let us know in the comments.

Listen to Dale Play on Spotify Y spreader. Follow the program every Sunday on our available audio platforms. Source

Advertisement. Scroll to continue reading.

You May Also Like

Tech News

Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft This year at Microsoft Build, the company’s event for developers, which will take place from today until May 26,...

Tech News

New games for Xbox Game Pass (Photo: Screenshot) As is well known, the library of the Xbox is continually being renewed to bring its...

Tech News

Microsoft Word on mobile. (photo: PCWorld) There is no doubt that Microsoft Word is one of the most important tools when writing a text...

Tech News

PlayStation Plus video games. (photo: PlayStationBlog) After much uncertainty, Sony has begun to reveal all video game that will be in the catalog of...