The American regulator will continue to fight the deal between Microsoft and Activision Blizzard, Bobby Kotick said that after leaving Activision Blizzard, he will do charity work, according to rumors, sales of Armored Core VI exceeded 2.8 million copies, — we tell you what happened in the gaming industry over the weekend.
Last week, Microsoft completed the takeover of Activision Blizzard. Despite this, the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) intends to continue to fight the deal. According to FTC spokeswoman Victoria Graham, the regulator still believes that the takeover harms competition in the gaming market. In addition, the agreement between Microsoft and Ubisoft to transfer the cloud rights to Activision Blizzard games "represents a completely new aspect in the deal that will affect American consumers." The FTC intends to review this agreement as part of the litigation.
Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick told Bloomberg in an interview that he is going to do charity work after he retires. For example, the Cat wants to help with reforming the education system in the United States, establishing relations with China and other countries, as well as reducing the level of hatred and intolerance in the world.
Two Japanese actors who voiced Armored Core VI said that the game sold over 2.8 million copies. This one took her a little less than two months. The DomsPlaying analyst noted that, if the information is correct, Armored Core VI has become the best-selling part of the series. It is even possible that its sales are greater than all the other games in the series combined.
▫️Thanks to the free weekend online Battlefield 2042 on Steam has grown more than nine times. If 11,057 people played Battlefield 2042 at the same time on October 12, then 102,009 people already played on October 15. This is the best result since the release of the game. On the premiere day of November 19, 2021, the Steam version of Battlefield 2042 managed to attract 105,397 people at the same time.