Microsoft Explains Why Elder Scrolls VI Will Be Exclusive And Call Of Duty Won't

Xbox tries to convince UK regulators that some ZeniMax and Bethesda games are really not a big deal when compared to Call of Duty

The court proceedings to justify why Microsoft should be allowed to acquire Activision Blizzard are still currently ongoing. In a response to the UK market regulators statement about the acquisition,… [+2958 chars]

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Microsoft now implies that it will support Call of Duty on PlayStation forever

Earlier this year, Sony PlayStation boss Jim Ryan said that Microsoft's promise to support Call of Duty on PlayStation for three more years was "inadequate on many levels." Now in comments to the gaming podcast SameBrain, Xbox chief Phil Spencer appears to ha…

No Microsoft remedies in first EU antitrust review of Activision deal - source - Reuters

Microsoft Corp's (MSFT.O) has not offered any remedies to EU antitrust regulators reviewing its proposed $69 billion bid for "Call of Duty" maker Activision Blizzard Read more on Reuters

Microsoft Claims That It Has Lost the Console Battle With Sony - Appuals

  1. Microsoft Claims That It Has Lost the Console Battle With Sony  Appuals
  2. Activision Blizzard's CEO addresses the Microsoft merger  The Washington Post
  3. Microsoft's $69B Activision Deal May Be In Peril As EU Opens An In-Depth Investig…

Microsoft will make Surface parts available to consumers in 2023

Microsoft hasn't been shy about wanting to improve the repairability of Surface devices, and that now includes the availability of spare parts. In a statement to iFixit, Microsoft says it plans "broad availability" of parts for individuals and independent rep…

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