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The FTC wants more information on Microsoft’s new 10-year agreements

A few weeks ago, Microsoft made headlines by signing historic deals with both Nintendo and Nvidia, promising to bring Activision Blizzard games like Call of Duty to these and other platforms for at least 10 years.

The FTC, which is currently investigating Microsoft’s agreement to acquire Activision Blizzardwants to see more documents outlining these deals with Nintendo and Nvidia, as he’s concerned that Microsoft won’t follow through on its promises to keep franchises like Call of Duty on all platforms, according to Insider Gaming.

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“Microsoft made a similar argument when it acquired ZeniMax, but later decided to make the newly acquired ZeniMax titles exclusive,” the FTC argues. Sony has continued to raise similar concerns about exclusivity, and has been a constant thorn in the side of the deal.

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The FTC requests documents regarding the exclusivity of the contents of the ZeniMax acquisition and the exclusivity proposal that Microsoft plans in the event of acquiring Activision Blizzard. Despite plans to close the deal this summer, it appears the FTC is still looking for more evidence that Microsoft will create the gaming ecosystem it has promised.

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The FTC wants more information on Microsoft's new 10-year agreements