From Call Of Duty To Crash Bandicoot: All Activision Games Purchased By Microsoft

The news is now known: Microsoft has spent almost $70 billion to buy Activision, but what IPs does Redmond’s company take home for this stratospheric figure? Here is the list of intellectual property that will pass to Microsoft after the completion of the bureaucratic operations necessary to finalize the acquisition.

VGC has compiled the list of IPs owned by Activision and its subsidiaries such as King and Blizzard, the list includes Call of Duty, Guitar Hero, Crash Bandicoot, Diablo, World of Warcra

Blur

Caesar

Call of Duty

Candy Crush

Crash Bandicoot

Diablo

DJ Hero

Empire Earth

Gabriel Knight

Geometry Wars

Guitar Hero

Gun

Heartstone

Heroes of the Storm

Hexen

Interstate ’76

King’s Quest

Laura Bow Mysteries

The Lost Vikings

Overwatch

Phantasmagoria

Pitfall

Police Quest

Prototype

Quest for Glory

Singularity

Skylanders

Solider of Fortune

Space Quest

Spyro the Dragon

StarCraft

TimeShift

Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater

True Crime

World of Warcraft

Zork

Clearly, Microsoft is not interested in maintaining all these IPs, some may be sold to third parties, even if this may seem remote. The acquisition of course will allow Xbox Game Studios to expand thanks to the family entry of realities such as Beenox, Demonware, Digital Legends, King, Toys for Bob, Treyarch, Radical Ente

Microsoft has confirmed that Activision games will arrive on Xbox Game Pass while we don’t know if Activision games will become exclusive Xbox.

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