Players fail in their attempt to prevent Microsoft’s purchase of Activision-Blizzard

A desperate attempt by some players to prevent the purchase failed.

All of these perks and more will belong to Xbox.

Major regulators aren’t the only ones who have tried to block Microsoft’s purchase of Activision-Blizzard. Desperately, some players also wanted to sabotage this merger and the developer of Call of Duty, Diablo and other major franchises did not join the Redmond company. However, as expected, They also did not succeed.

Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan An emergency request submitted on Saturday was denied. It seemed like a desperate effort to stop buying, though, like the Federal Trade Commission, to no avail. At the time, that said there should be a temporary ban until the FTC determined to appeal. but, This appeal was also rejected.

There are no obstacles to closing the Activision-Blizzard purchase

newly, Microsoft won the trial with the FTC and thanks to that already got the green light to take over Activision-Blizzard in the US. However, it is true that approval is still missing, although we say, the purchase can be closed anyway. The regulatory body that has not yet given the green light is the UK’s CMA.


Activision Blizzard is close to becoming part of Xbox Game Studios

Although he had to make a judgment soon, The Capital Markets Authority postponed its decision until August 29. Therefore, they confirmed that they are ready to study the new proposals from Microsoft in order to reach an agreement that benefits all parties. To make this easier, Microsoft is considering selling some cloud gaming rights to the UK.

When he gets older, it seems Microsoft’s direct competitor also dumped the position and resigned to the purchase. Sony signed the agreement Microsoft offered months ago to keep Call of Duty on PlayStation once the acquisition is complete. Yes, you read correctly, we are talking about Call of Duty… Apparently, Sony has yet to sign on to Activision-Blizzard’s other big franchises.

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It seems that The main goal was to keep Call of Duty on PlayStationHowever, it’s up to Microsoft to make any other Epic exclusive once this transaction becomes official. for this reason, Diablo or Overwatch can become part of the Xbox and PC i.e. the Microsoft ecosystem.

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