The Biggest Upcoming Xbox Games

Once it has formally acquired Activision Blizzard, Microsoft is looking to resurrect some of the company's long-dormant franchises.

Earlier this week, it was announced that Microsoft had agreed to buy Activision Blizzard in a record-breaking $68.7 billion investment. As part of this transaction, it will not only get the World of Warcraft publisher itself, but its various subsidiaries as well (including Infinity Ward, Toys for Bob and Candy Crush developer King).

There is a lot of exciting Intellectual Property (IP) that comes with those studios. Games like Overwatch and Call of Duty will now fall under the Microsoft umbrella and are guaranteed to be huge money-makers for the corporation. In fact, Newsweek recently looked into just how much revenue Activision Blizzard currently reports every quarter and the numbers were staggering.

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Source : https://www.newsweek.com/xbox-activision-blizzard-franchises-games-reboot-1671540

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