The boss of the Xbox division and new CEO of Microsoft Gaming Phil Spencer took the opportunity offered him by the latest interview to Washington Post of Activision’s “sleeping” IPs to him most dear, such as King’s Qu
By exchanging a chat with the well-known news headline a few days after announcing the marriage between Microsoft and Activision Blizzard, Spencer has addressed various issues, such as the future of the old Xbox IPs of Crash and Spyro.
In the interview with Spencer, WP journalists noted that there are studies like Toys for Bob (which recently gave the Crash Bandicoot 4 It’s About Time prints) currently engaged in the Call of Duty series In the coming up with this speech, Spencer said that he would talk to these teams in the future to discuss the possibility of working on the many games of Activision Blizzard’s vault.
“I was looking at the list of their IPs and, I mean, come on! King’s Quest, Guitar Hero… I think there is HeXen too,” Spencer said, who added that the marriage between Microsoft and Activision Blizzard will allow the Xbox team to address the individual subsidiaries of the publis I really can’t wait for these conversations to start, I think it’s one of those central factors for our strategy linked to adding resources and increasing our capabilities.”