Activision-Blizzard is now a company of Microsoft, with the Redmond giant that has incorporated Bobby Kotick’s company for a figure of 70 billion dollars. The resounding negotiation will also have implications for the content offered within the Xbox Game Pass.
In revealing the first details regarding its new gigantic acquisition, even more impact than that of Bethesda, Microsoft has revealed that the playful content offered by Activision-Blizzard will be introduced within the already rich catalogue of X There is no particularly detailed information for the time being, but Redmond’s company confirmed that “in the near future, we will offer as many Activision Blizzard games as possible within Xbox Game Pass and PC Game Pass, including both new titles and Subscribers will therefore be able to expect productions from Beenox, High Moon Studios, Infinity Ward, Raven Software, Toys for Bob, Treyarch, and many more studios.
The gaming on demand service is already recognized as the flagship of the offer that Microsoft proposes within the gaming industry, and this turnout risks being particularly crucial in the coming years. All this waiting to know the new games coming in January. One leak suggested that Xbox Game Pass will welcome Windjammers 2, Hitman Trilogy and other titles yet.