Phil Spencer Says Activision Blizzard Deal Is Focused On Candy Crush, Not Call Of Duty

About

Microsoft Gaming CEO Phil Spencer has once again reiterated that the tech giant’s acquisition of Activision Blizzard is more about mobile games like Candy Crush than Call of Duty.

In an interview on The Verge’s Decoder podcast, transcribed by VGC, Spencer claimed that mobile gaming is seeing far higher growth than console or PC. He also admitted that Xbox has a minimal presence on mobile. He said, “Anybody who picks up their phone and decides to play a game would see that on…

Read Full Story
www.gamespot.com

News source:

GameSpot

GameSpot is a video game news, reviews, previews, downloads, and other information website based in the United States.The site was launched on May 1, 1996,...

News that you might like

FTC suing to block Microsoft’s $69bn Activision Blizzard acquisition

The United States government's Federal Trade Commission is suing to block Microsoft's...

US Government’s FTC Will Attempt to Block Microsoft’s Activision Buyout

The FTC (USA's Federal Trade Commission) has confirmed it will attempt to block Microsoft's $69 billion acquisition of Call of Duty developer Activision. In...

Activision sues California over its Activision lawsuit

Activision has launched a fresh legal front in its ongoing battle against...

Free Play Days – Chivalry 2, Chorus, and Hell Let Loose

Battle in medieval times, distant worlds, or World War Two this weekend during Free Play Days. Chivalry 2, Chorus, and Hell Let Loose are...