Xbox Game Studios: All First Party Studies After The Acquisition Of Activision

The Xbox Game Studios family expands, Microsoft’s acquisition of Activision will bring new development studies into dowry that will add to the other first parties and teams acquired with the acquisition of Bethesda and Ze

In addition to Microsoft’s first “historical” parties such as 343 Industries, The Coalition, Rare, Mojang and Turn10, later studies such as Ninja Theory and Obsidian have been added to the The acquisition of Activision allows the Xbox Game Studios family to integrate names such as Treyarch, Raven Softwar, Sledgehammer Games, King and obviously Blizzard Entertainment.

Studi Microsoft first party

343 Industries (Halo)

World’s Edge (support study)

The Coalition (Gears)

Compulsion Games (We Happy Few)

Double Fine Productions (Psychonauts, Broken Age)

The Initiative (Perfect Dark)

InXile (Wasteland)

Mojang (Minecraft)

Ninja Theory (Hellblade, Bleding Edge)

Obsidian (Avowed, Grounded, The Outer Worlds)

Playground Games (Forza Horizon, Fable)

Rare (Sea of Thieves, Everwild)

Turn10 (Forza Motorsport)

Undead Labs (State of Decay)

Bethesda studies

Bethesda Game Studios (The Elder Scrolls, Fallout, Starfield)

Developer of The Elder Scrolls, Fallout, and Starfield.

Alpha Dog Games (Mobile)

ZeniMax Online Medida (TESO)

Tango Gameworks (The Evil Within, GhostWire Tokyo)

id Software (DOOM, Quake)

Arkane Studios (Deathloop, Prey, Dishonored)

MachineGames (Wolfenstein, Indiana Jones).

Roundhouse Studios (no project announced)

Studies of Activision Blizzard

Treyarch (Call of Duty Black Ops)

Toys For Bob (Skylanders, Crash Bandicoot)

Infinity Ward (Modern Warfare and Warzone)

Raven Software (Study of Support for Call of Duty)

Sledgehammer Games (COD Vanguard, COD WWII)

Radical Entertainment (support study)

Blizzard Entertainment (WOW, Diablo, Overwatch)

Beenox (support study)

Digital Legends (mobile games)

High Moon Studios (Study of Support for Call of Duty)

King (Candy Crush)

Especially nourished by the list of Activision games that have become Microsoft property, the list includes Crash Bandicoot, Call of Duty, Skylanders, Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater, StarCraft, World of War

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