Activision Blizzard continues to fight alongside Microsoft the merger of both companies with Xbox, but now a well-known director of the first company has shared a meme where he makes fun of Sony y PlayStation.
All this has been cooking because the creator of the Call of Duty series and those from Redmond have been offering for a few months to keep the FPS saga in PS4 console and PS5 for 10 years.
Whoever made this post on Twitter also made headlines recently, when he described Sony as “The First of Us” to justify that they don’t need FTC protection.
— Lulu Cheng Meservey (@lulumeservey) February 21, 2023
This template is known on the internet as “Bike Fall Meme” and is very famous for commenting with satire that a person (or company in this case) is wrong when making decisions.
In short, they call Sony PlayStation y a Jim Ryan stubborn in not accepting a long-term legal agreement to continue having acceso a la saga Call of Duty.
The last bullet reads a “And what happens if we lose access to COD?”, referring to the multiple PlayStation CEO protests to this type of situation for Xbox.
The logo of both could be together if the purchase is accepted
But it’s not just Call of Duty, Microsoft claimed to have bought Activision Blizzard for a very simple reason since this deal also included King and his mobile games.
Weighs a la FTC lawsuitso much Microsoft como Activision Blizzard They want to go to court to fight for this union – even citing PlayStation – and they are sure that everything will be favorable.
However (and for the moment) the European Union and this American body do not seem to have good perspectives on the matter and continue to postpone their final decision.
For now, the situation is still a bit on hold since approvals from the different markets and their approval are needed, which is not being achieved.
Microsoft y Activision Blizzard have until approximately July 2023, since that is when the Xbox creator company he planned to close and formalize the deal.
Now that the director Lulu Cheng Meservey of Activision Blizzard use memes for mocking Sony and the possibility of losing Call of Duty We don’t know how it might look at a corporate level.
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