MICROSOFT BUYS ACTIVISION/BLIZZARD/KING
Microsoft’s long-awaited acquisition of Activision Blizzard has finally come to fruition after an announcement made almost two years ago. With a staggering price tag of $69 billion, this strategic move solidifies Activision Blizzard as a key player in the Xbox first-party portfolio. As the company responsible for highly successful franchises such as Call of Duty and Diablo, this acquisition significantly strengthens Microsoft’s gaming division and expands its reach in the gaming industry. Gamers can anticipate exciting developments and collaborations between these two industry giants moving forward. Xbox has made impressive strides in expanding its collection of intellectual properties (IPs) and game franchises, with notable additions like Overwatch and World of Warcraft. This expansion has resulted in a significantly wider range of games for Xbox users to enjoy.
Activision Blizzard is widely recognized for their hit game titles like Call of Duty and Overwatch. However, the company has a diverse portfolio of other games as well. In response to recent news, we have created a convenient resource that showcases all the game franchises owned by Activision Blizzard that are now under Xbox’s ownership. This will make it easy for enthusiasts to explore and discover these games in one place.
Here are the Activision Blizzard game franchises that Xbox now owns
Every King Video Game Xbox Now Owns
Although certain games and franchises have been inactive for quite some time, they now fall under the Xbox umbrella. This means that Xbox has the potential to resuscitate or produce sequels for any of them. So, fans can hold onto hope for potential revivals or new installments in these beloved series.