Xbox + Activision: Microsoft Doesn’t Want To Split Communities, This Is Phil Spencer

With Activision-Blizzard joining Microsoft Gaming, many wonder how the company’s franchise historians will evolve and whether they will become totally exclusive Xbox.

With an official statement, Microsoft has already made it clear that it wants to continue supporting communities that have been passionate about Activision-Blizzard titles in recent years, and especially about online multiplayer experiences such as World of Warcraft, Call of Duty

The issue has been further examined by Phil Spencer, today appointed CEO of Microsoft Gaming. The leading dragon driver of the Xbox brand commented on the management of Activision-Blizzard IP: “I’ll tell only this to users are playing Activision Blizzard games on Sony platforms: it’s not our intention to separate communities

Again, Spencer avoids getting too into the detail, and it is difficult to predict exactly what the policy adopted by Microsoft in the coming years will be. Taking the Call of Duty series as an example, Jeff Grubb imagined that COD Warzone will continue to be present on all platforms, including PS5 and PS4, while the next premium chapters of the shooter will arrive exclusively Xbox Of course, it will be good to wait for further clarification from Redmond’s company.

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