Microsoft has entered into a 10-year agreement that allows Call of Duty and other Activision games to be published on NVIDIA’s gaming platform if US regulators allow Microsoft, the owner of the Xbox platform, to complete the exciting acquisition deal. Controversy over Activision, which has a value of $69 billion.
The proposed merger between Microsoft and video game developer Activision is fiercely opposed by regulators and competitors such as Sony, and the agreement with Nvidia could allay fears by ensuring greater access for video gamers to Microsoft-controlled games.
And Britain announced in February that the deal could harm video game practitioners by weakening the competition between Xbox and PlayStation, which leads to higher prices, reduced options and a decline in innovation in this field, as well as stifling competition in the digital games sector.
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