Sony is afraid that players’ judgments about the choice of consoles may be impacted as a result of Microsoft ‘s acquisition of Call of Duty (Activision Blizzard), and the Xbox manufacturer has responded to this issue. A paper totaling 118 pages was put together by the corporation.
The Brazilian contract review committee between Microsoft and Activision Blizzard has requested that the industry’s developers and publishers collect information to determine whether or not the deal may have a negative impact on gaming. The biggest giants responded to the request, but the world is only interested in Sony’s statement because the producer of PS5 and PS4 implies that the situation may have negative consequences. The company is concerned that players who are looking for another console will purchase Xbox because of the takeover of Call of Duty.
It turns out that Microsoft has replied to the charges, and the company published a 118-page paper that apparently coincides with the statement that was prepared for officials in New Zealand. This makes the situation fascinating since it turns out that Microsoft has answered.
Microsoft emphasizes that Sony and Nintendo also have their own exclusive games, despite the fact that the Xbox manufacturer has focused on the PlayStation manufacturer by emphasizing the power of IPs that are available exclusively for PS5 and PS4: Microsoft has emphasized that Sony and Nintendo both have their own exclusive games.
“Both Sony and Nintendo offer a wide variety of high-quality products” (including their own exclusive titles). IDC, for instance, has decided that significant Sony exclusive titles in 2018 include God of War and Marvel’s Spider-Man, in addition to other prominent titles such as The Last of Us and Uncharted. Other notable titles include Spider-Man and The Last of Us. These titles partly represent Sony’s integration (for example, Sony’s film studio owns the rights to Spider-Man), but they also reflect Sony’s broader strategy of acquiring intellectual property, which renders “third-party” games unique to its system.
There is definitely a reason why Spider-Man is included in the paper. As you are aware, Sony makes enthusiastic use of intellectual property, and Peter Parker has been introduced to Marvel’s Avengers only on PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4.
In addition, the document states that Final Fantasy VII Remake is a Sony-exclusive game, which is an interesting revelation given that Square Enix had previously declared that the game will have temporary exclusivity, but the Xbox version of the game has not yet been released.