“It will irreparably harm competition and innovation in the industry”

In recent days, a lot has happened about the purchase of Activision Blizzard, and it is that Microsoft and Sony have had their ups and downs. This news is yet another chapter in the Call of Duty struggle, but much remains to be known. The decision of the CMA will be known at the end of April and Microsoft has already been in charge of advertising in some of the most important newspapers in the United Kingdom.

PlayStation does not trust Xbox one hair: Sony believes that it will receive a version of Call of Duty full of bugs and errors, but Microsoft has already responded

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PlayStation does not trust Xbox one hair: Sony believes that it will receive a version of Call of Duty full of bugs and errors, but Microsoft has already responded

The new thing that has come out these last hours is that Sony has issued a statement to GamesIndustry.biz responding to Microsoft’s offer: “This week the redacted versions of the observations presented by SIE and Microsoft on the notification of solutions of The information regarding the terms of an offer made by Microsoft to offer future releases of Call of Duty on PlayStation was written at the request of Microsoft. your current offer will irreparably harm competition and innovation in the industry“.

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Microsoft’s offer to PlayStation consists of keeping Call of Duty on Sony consoles for a minimum of 10 years, but they have also offered to include the Activision franchise on PS Plus, something that is not feasible by the Japanese company. . So far, PlayStation’s position is that it block the deal or divestiture from Call of Dutyas proposed by SIE in a document sent to the CMA.

Microsoft says Xbox Game Pass won’t go up in price

The Activision Blizzard purchase is being investigated from many perspectives, and one of them is the Xbox subscription service. Those of Redmond have made it clear that they will not raise the price of Xbox Game Pass if the agreement is closed. The company intends to follow the strategy set out after the acquisition of ZeniMax Media and Bethesda.

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