Rumors have been swirling about the FTC trying to block Microsoft's $69 billion acquisition of Activision Blizzard, but now it's official: the Federal Trade Commission will sue to block the merger of these two gaming giants.
Microsoft's acquisition of Activision Blizzard sent ripples through the gaming world.
We've all had a lot of questions since the news hit about Microsoft's plans to buy Activision Blizzard, but one has been at the forefront since the original press announcement noted, "plans to launch Activision Blizzard games into Game Pass." Will Blizzard's titles hit Microsoft's Game Pass, and if so, which ones?
Of the many conversations and "what ifs" currently being thrown around after the surprise reveal that Microsoft plans to buy Activision Blizzard, the topic of long-forgotten games coming back from the dead has been one of the more fun ones to think about.
Microsoft is in the process of purchasing Activision Blizzard for roughly 68.7 billion dollars, and they have added all of the company's many franchises to its Xbox lineup according to multiple sources, one of which is Microsoft themselves.
Toxicity in game communities is not a new topic.