Both in the U.S.A. and the EU, the scheduled takeover of Activision Blizzard by Microsoft is currently being analyzed by the competitive hosts.
In addition to the organized takeover cost of an impressive $68.7 billion, it was mainly the driven Call of Task series, which the FTC or the European Commission prepare at a possible change of ownership.
According to the competitive huts, fears that a possible exclusivity of the Call of Task series could have an enormous influence on consumers’ purchase choices.
After the report was made this week that PlayStation manager Jim Ryan apparently consulted with the accountable EU commissioner Margrethe Vestager to discuss the organized takeover of Activision Blizzard by Microsoft, Frank X., The Chief Communications Officer from Microsoft, has their say.

The latter accused Sony Interactive Entertainment to purposely misinform the EU with regard to the planned Call of Duty parity.

SHAW underpins the scheduled multi-platform approach

The pertinent information or statements are stated to have played different sources.


I heard that Sony informed people in Brussels that Microsoft was not prepared to offer them parity for Call of Duty when we take over Activision, wrote Frank X. Shaw.
Nothing is even farther from the reality.
In the more course of his tweets, Shaw when again pointed out the truth that Microsoft Sony Interactive Entertainment, Nintendo and Steam or Valve offered the deal to offer the Call of Responsibility series over a duration of a minimum of ten years on the matching platforms:
We made it clear that we provided Sony a 10-year agreement to use them parity in terms of timing at timing, material, functions, quality, playability and all other aspects of the game.
Sony is the console market leader, and it would contradict the organization reasoning if we left out the PlayStation gamers from the Call of Responsibility environment, said Shaw.
Our goal is to make Call of Responsibility and other games-as we made with Minecraft-to make more individuals around the world accessible so that they can play them, where and how they want.
Further, reports on the topic:
Activision Blizzard-Deal: PlayStation employer Jim Ryan consulted with EU Commissioner-Report
Call of Duty on PlayStation: Microsoft confirms 10-year deal
He did not expose where Shaw desires to have moved from his information.
A main statement on the part of Sony Interactive Home entertainment on the accusations is still pending.
More reports on Call of Task.