The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) was dissatisfied with the amount of papers submitted by Microsoft during the proceedings, and as a result, the FTC requested further information on Microsoft's future gaming ecosystem: ZeniMax.
Microsoft may breach promises made prior to the purchase, according to the commission. Activision Blizzardas has already done the same with ZeniMax.
Stephen Totilloit, a journalist, isn't entirely clear on what the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) refers to as nextgen - this may well be the current generation Xbox.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) wants to know more about Microsoft's "highly publicized" 10-year agreements with Nintendo and Nvidia. Microsoft believes that without complete disclosure, Microsoft would be unable to invoke these agreements as a defense against a merger with AB.
The merger between Microsoft and Activision Blizzard should be completed by the end of June this year, according to the main opponent, Sony, who recently declared that she does not believe in Microsoft's promises due to the exclusivity of future games Bethesda and Starfield.
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