A nice green light has been given for Microsoft’s acquisition of Activision Blizzard.

Microsoft will be examined in detail on the Activision Blizzard

An important step was taken today, based in the UK, regarding Microsoft’s still unapproved “Activision Blizzard” acquisition.

For those who still don’t know Microsoftin the past year Activision Blizzard He bought his firm on paper and was fully prepared for this big hit. $68.7 billion paid. Call of Duty, Warcraft, Candy Crush, Tony Hawk, Diablo, Overwatch, Spyro, Hearthstone, Guitar Hero, Crash Bandicoot and StarCraft the giant name behind games like Activision Blizzardpassed to Microsoft and Xbox side under the agreement. However, in this market created a huge monopoly concernso the purchase came under detailed scrutiny in many countries. Therefore, the purchasing process is still not fully completed. This issue was brought up yesterday, and Sony side said that in order to hinder the process, Microsoft could raise the price of Call of Duty, make it available only on its own Xbox Game Pass subscription service, and even strategically. He said he was worried that Call of Duty on PlayStation could reduce its quality and performance.. We’re here once again today because the UK Competition and Markets Authority said Microsoft’s bid to take over Activision Blizzard “Regarding console games in the UK will not lead to a significant reduction in competition came to a tentative conclusion. This positive detail has not yet put an end to the issue because the USA and EU still need to approve the purchase to complete. However, this positive step from the UK also affected other institutions and It seems quite possible that the process will now end the way Microsoft wants.


on this before PlayStation president Jim Ryan made by “I don’t want a new Call of Duty deal. I just want to prevent your merger/acquisition” The explanation was resounding. These sentences were made on February 21, the day of behind-the-scenes talks with the EU, and were not well received by many. Signing agreements that will prevent many games from entering Game Pass and Sony, which is by far the dominant name in the console world, seems to be trying to the end to break the deal, especially in terms of COD. Because Sony makes a lot of money on COD games on the PlayStation side. Microsoft is on the side of Sony multiple COD guarantees. One of the most recent names to speak on this subject, Microsoft president Brad Smith, “We offered Sony a 10-year contract so that every new version of Call of Duty will be available on PlayStation the same day it hits Xbox.” said and added: “We are ready to make the same commitment to other platforms and are open to making it legally enforceable by regulators in the US, UK and European Union.”