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PlayStation rejects COD deal by Xbox

The agreements of Microsoft to acquire Activision Blizzard remain open, given that not all regulatory bodies have accepted that the transaction can be felt to be fair. Deals have even been made with NVIDIA and Nintendo to make everything simpler, and even though the same has been done with PlayStation They don’t want to accept them.

In a new report, the board of Activision Blizzard, Lulu Cheng Meservey, own sonyspecifically Jim Ryanthey don’t seem so interested in losing call of Duty as one of the franchises that frequently step on their consoles. But they want the deal not to be closed simply because, they are not very interested in a fair deal because they have COD.

The CEO of SIE answered that question in Brussels.

In his words:

“I don’t want a new Call of Duty deal. I just want to block your merger.”

— Lulu Cheng Meservey (@lulumeservey) March 8, 2023

The general director of SIE answered that question in Brussels.

In his words:

“I don’t want a new Call of Duty deal. “I just want to block their merger.”

According to what is said, these words were said on February 21 when several companies met in Europe to discuss the issue of the acquisition, among them was PlayStation. It has even been said that Microsoft I would look to give sony a poor version of COD in the event that the purchase of Activision Blizzard.

For now, the deal appears much further from a conclusion.

Via: Twitter

Editor’s note: This whole case has become somewhat complicated and even tiring, since every week a new controversy with the topic is reported. Let’s hope that a resolution is reached soon and we put this aside once and for all.

By Daniel Wright

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