Microsoft Xbox Interested in Buying Warner Bros. Game Division


Jakarta: Microsoft Xbox will reportedly return to action by acquiring an existing well-known game studio. Their latest prey was reported by the game division of Warner Bros, namely Warner Bros Interactive.

Rumors are circulating at this time the two parties are still in discussion so there are no leakage of acquisition figures offered by Microsoft Xbox. Unfortunately, Microsoft is not alone, publishers such as Activision, Electronic Arts, and Take-Two are also interested in buying Warner Bros Interactive.

Quoted from IGN, this interesting offer came after AT&T, which is the parent of Warner Bros Interactive, is interested in selling their gaming division. Warner Bros Interactive itself is known as the owner of the Batman and Harry Potter game licenses as well as the universe of two franchise the.

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Those who succeeded in proposing Warner Bros Interactive are certain to have a big profit. Underneath is shelter quite a lot of game studios with famous works namely Avalanche Software, Monolith Productions, NetherRealm Studios, Rocksteady Studios, TT Games, and many more.

Mortal Kombat Franchise will also be the best collection of anyone who can acquire Warner Bros Interactive. NetherRealm Studios is the creator of the Mortal Kombat game which is currently recognized as one of the popular fighting games.

AT&T said last month it would sell Warner Bros Interactive to pay debts worth USD154 billion. Sales of the game division are believed to be worth $ 4 billion. They have debts after acquiring Time Warner in 2018 with a figure of USD109 billion.

The investors asked the US-renowned telecommunications company to sell business assets that are not the main business, for example DirecTV including WB Interactive. Some game studios under the shelter are currently preparing the latest games.

Both parties are currently unwilling to comment. Microsoft itself claims not to comment related to rumors or speculation circulating.


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