We have you this morning told that Japan has expressed itself in favor of the soap-acquisition of the century involving Microsoft, Activsion Blizzard and…Sony.
As VGC reports again but in This item, Bobby Kotick, CEO of Activision Blizzard, described Sony’s behavior as “disappointing” in an email sent to company employeesreferring to the Japanese giant’s attempts to block the acquisition at any cost.
Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick has claimed Sony’s “disappointing behaviour” while attempting to thwart the Call of Duty maker’s sale to Microsoft won’t be held against the PlayStation firm in the long-termhttps://t.co/dER4tgwmrv pic.twitter.com/qOFLrBsigW
— VGC (@VGC_News) March 28, 2023
Apparently, obviously referring to Sony’s insinuations about the arrival of incomplete or inferior games in the event of the Microsoft – Activision Blizzard acquisition, the CEO would have communicated to his employees that “We all know our players would be the first to hold Microsoft accountable for failing to deliver on promises of equal content and equal quality. And all of us, who work so hard to deliver the best games in our industry, care too much about our players to release crappy versions of our games.”
“Sony has even admitted that they are not really concerned about a Call of Duty deal: they would just like to prevent our merger from happening,” wrote the CEO, who then continued as follows: “this is obviously disappointing behavior from a partner with whom we have been working for almost thirty years, but we will not allow this behavior by Sony to negatively affect our long-standing relationship with them.”
Bobby Kotick’s gloss is a reassurance for all PlayStation owners: “PlayStation gamers know that we will continue to deliver the best games possible on Sony platformsexactly as we have done since the launch of the first PlayStation”.
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