What a value proposition.
Activision Blizzard franchises like call of duty devil Y Supervision will head to Xbox Game Pass after Microsoft acquires the publisher, Xbox boss Phil Spencer has stated.
“We are expanding choice in two ways: through the creation of Game Pass, which gives gamers a subscription option; and by bringing more games to mobile platforms, including through our cloud game streaming technology,” Spencer began as part of a larger blog post.
“Subscription services like Game Pass make gaming more affordable and help gamers around the world find their next favorite game,” Spencer continued. “Game Pass allows developers to bring more games to more players, not fewer. We intend to bring Activision Blizzard’s much-loved game library, which includes Overwatch, Devil Y Obligations – available on Game Pass and to grow those gaming communities. By bringing even more value to gamers, we look forward to continuing to grow Game Pass, extending its appeal to mobile phones and any connected device.”
Microsoft plans to finalize the acquisition of the publisher sometime next year.
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