We returned to the table during the discussion about theMicrosoft's acquisition of Activision-Blizzard-King.
Although Microsoft and Sony appeared to be open to negotiations and looking for a compromise in the early hours, it appears that the parties have not yet reached an agreement. If Nintendo and NVIDIA have already signed 10-year agreements over Call of Duty and other Activision games, Sony continues to refuse the proposals of the Redmond company and to hinder the definitive conclusion of the negotiation. Brad Smith "hope" that a compromise will be reached sooner or later with Jim Ryan's company.
At the end of the meeting, an Activision representative said in a statement issued to Axios that: "Microsoft is doing exactly what it promised." These words underscore another way how the relationship between Sony and Activision has remained impassable in recent years.
Microsoft has ruled out that Call of Duty be separated from Activision in order to persuade authorities to reject the offer.