Also, Sony says Battlefield will never compete with CoD and predicts when the PS6 will arrive
Another concession, but will regulators buy into it?
Phil Spencer agrees with him
Facepalm: In another example of why people in the public eye should be careful when posting to social media, a European Commission staff member is facing claims of bias following a tweet about Call of Duty staying on the PlayStation.
Even if Microsoft gets Call of Duty, it might not appear on Game Pass for years
Call of Duty won't become an Xbox/PC exclusive, says Phil Spencer
Musk looks set to take on the CEO role
No mention of fake accounts, though
In a nutshell: Elon Musk seems to have changed his mind again and will buy Twitter after all for the originally agreed-upon amount. He will end up paying $54.20 per share, with the entire deal being worth around $44 billion.
5%, 11%, or 20%, what's the real number?
This is starting to feel like Nvidia and Arm
In a nutshell: Microsoft's $68.7 billion acquisition of Activision Blizzard is expected to face increased scrutiny from regulators in the UK and Brussels after the company failed to address concerns that the deal is anti-competitive and will prevent rival consoles and cloud gaming/subscription services from accessing Activision Blizzard games.
Fake accounts weren't the issue, allegedly
NetEase Games acquires French studio Quantic Dream, developers of Star Wars Eclipse and Detroit: Become Human
More massive acquisitions within the games industry
Getting to the bottom of Twitter's low-ball estimate of bot accounts, among other things
Probably not -- at least not today
No mention of current-generation numbers, though
Another gaming industry mega merger
Amazon's fourth largest acquisition to date
Musk: you're a liar; Twitter: no, you're the liar
Amazon dives deeper into healthcare
The trial will begin in October
The filing pulls no punches in its description of Musk