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Thread: Microsoft cumpara Activision - Blizzard - King

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    Member westy9009's Avatar
    Offtopic insa parca vad ca in Martie cumpara Nintendo pe EA Games

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  2. #42 SP
    Member codpin's Avatar
    Si Microsoft pe Sony!

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    Manager paul's Avatar
    Au mai fost si altii interesati:
    Quote Originally Posted by The Verge
    The initial conversation about an acquisition happened between Spencer and Kotick on November 19th, just three days after the WSJ’s report about the Activision Blizzard CEO and a single day after Spencer said told Xbox staff he was “deeply troubled.” It might have even come up as part of the same conversation.

    “In the course of a conversation on a different topic between Mr. Spencer and Mr. Kotick, Mr. Spencer raised that Microsoft was interested in discussing strategic opportunities between Activision Blizzard and Microsoft and asked whether it would be possible to have a call with Mr. Nadella the following day,” the document reads. The next day (a Saturday), Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella was apparently more explicit, indicating that “Microsoft was interested in exploring a strategic combination with Activision Blizzard.”

    One thing I found interesting was that Activision Blizzard was in touch with four other companies and one individual about some sort of deal in addition to Microsoft. Disappointingly, they are only named as companies A, C, D, and E, and the individual is named as “Individual B,” so we don’t know who else could have ended up owning Call of Duty. None of those deals went through for various reasons — Company E, for example, said it couldn’t do a full acquisition of Activision Blizzard — and Microsoft was rapidly and aggressively pursuing its deal, getting the terms together before some other companies had even entered the picture.
    Read exactly how Microsoft’s $68.7 billion deal for Activision Blizzard came together

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    Spencer i-a scris lui Ryan ca se lanseaza Call of Duty si pe PlayStation cativa ani dupa expirarea contractului:
    Quote Originally Posted by The Verge
    “In January, we provided a signed agreement to Sony to guarantee Call of Duty on PlayStation, with feature and content parity, for at least several more years beyond the current Sony contract, an offer that goes well beyond typical gaming industry agreements,” says Microsoft Gaming CEO Phil Spencer in a statement to The Verge.

    Exactly how many years Call of Duty is guaranteed on PlayStation still isn’t crystal clear, but Bloomberg originally reported earlier this year that Microsoft was committed to releasing Call of Duty on PlayStation “for at least the next two years,” suggesting that Sony’s marketing deal for the franchise could expire in 2024. Microsoft then publicly committed in February to keeping Call of Duty “available on PlayStation beyond the existing agreement and into the future.”
    Microsoft will keep Call of Duty on PlayStation for ‘several more years’ beyond existing deal

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    Why so serious ? razvanrazy's Avatar
    Ar fi fraieri sa-si taie craca de sub picioare cu milioane de vanzari de jocuri sau in app purchases pe platforma PS. Au de recuperat foarte multi bani si nu-i vor recupera doar din abonamentele Game Pass.

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    PlayStation boss Jim Ryan has spoken out against Microsoft's offer to keep Call of Duty on PlayStation for "at least several more years" beyond Sony's existing agreement with publisher Activision Blizzard, calling the deal "inadequate on many levels" - despite Microsoft's insistence it went "well beyond typical gaming industry agreements".


    https://www.eurogamer.net/playstatio...on-many-levels

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    Boss of PlayStation Jim Ryan travelled to Brussels to meet EU regulators in person to discuss Microsoft's impending Activision Blizzard purchase.

    Ryan has been vocal in his criticism of the proposed $68bn deal, which would see Xbox own the Call of Duty publisher.
    https://www.eurogamer.net/playstatio...deal-in-person

    Omul asta chiar este suparat , desi a fost asigurat ca nu pleaca COD de pe Playstation .

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    Why so serious ? razvanrazy's Avatar
    E suparat degeaba. Sunt doar afaceri. Sigur si Microsoft e suparat de multe studiouri achizitionate de Sony. Daca vor sa schimbe ceva, sa vina cu banu.
    Pana atunci, e doar ipocrizie si mult PR la mijloc.
    Eu chiar sper ca Microsoft sa taie macaroana si sa nu mai lanseze si pe PS, desi si-ar taia singuri craca de sub picioare la niste milioane bune, anual.

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    Senior Member sexbobomb91's Avatar
    E ceva normal in cazul unor comisii ca asta sa fie invitati competitorii lor pentru a-si expune parerea.
    In articol spune ca pana si reprezentanti din partea Google/Stadia au facut acelasi lucru.
    Iar ce face Microsoft nu se prea compara cu ce a facut Sony. Majoritatea studiourilor Sony sunt construite de ei, Bungie fiind singura achizitie "third-party studio".

    Microsoft puteau la randul lor sa-si faca studio-uri first-party ca lumea dar nu au prea reusit (343 Industries un bun exemplu) si acum sunt disperati sa le cumpere.
    Dupa management-ul lor parca vad ca si acestea vor merge pe urma Rare sau Lionhead ...

  10. #50 SP
    Member lukecelmare's Avatar
    Rare a facut un joc pe care il joaca milioane de oameni in fiecare zi...

    Nu inteleg chestia asta sa construiasca ei de ce sa cumpere? Nu e ca si cum opreste cineva pe Sony sau Nintendo sa cumpere. MS au 23 de first party studios , Sony are 13 .

    Pana la urma asta e problema
    And even if Call of Duty was to remain on PlayStation, there's also the likelihood of Microsoft launching future COD games via Xbox Game Pass - leaving customers with a choice of whether to play the game via their Xbox subscriptions, or stump up £70 on PlayStation.

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