Sony is less of a good fit to sit at a table with us at a table

Phil Spencer announced that Sony has shown little if any willingness to sit down and negotiate with Microsoft. Game boss Phil Spencer said that Sony hasn't shown any willingness to sit down at a table to reach an agreement on Microsofts proposed acquisition of Activision Blizzard. Sony isn't necessarily...

Phil Spencer announced that Sony hasn’t shown a lot of willingness to sit down and negotiate with Microsoft.

Xbox boss Phil Spencer said Sony doesn’t show much interest in sitting at the table to get an agreement on Microsoft’s proposed acquisition of Activision Blizzard.

Sony is quite open to saying in public what would not happen or if it hadn’t been possible. It said that one speaks more about the agencies and the people that regulate them than Microsoft.

Sony thinks Microsoft is the best place to shooters, that Battlefield will prove it impossible to compete with Call of Duty and that Microsoft wants to make a new Nintendo, but only a few of the concerns that Sony has in the past few weeks and months.

Although Microsoft has quashed Sonys troubled applications to the authorities, just this week announced it had offered a legally enforceable 10-year deal to the Sony Corporation to allow any new Call of Duty part to be released on the same day. When it is going to be released for the Xbox Xbox then it will also be available for the PlayStation.

With the release of 10 years in charge, the problem is, why do we really enjoy it?

Microsoft even gave a ready-made contract to Nintendo, and even Gabe Newell, Big Boss of Valve andamp; Steam, got a very good letter, which he used to react like a classic businessman. Microsoft certainly made a 10-year offer for the PlayStation, but the company hasn’t taken it up.

Phil Spencer now speaks up and seems to be slowly but surely taking off his velvet gloves. He told Bloomberg that while speaking to many people from the regulatory authorities and repeatedly publicizing what may not go according to their wishes, Sony hasn’t agreed to sit down with Microsoft to negotiate.

The gaming industry has had a very good deal of objections, but Sony and they have spoken really openly about what do they have to expect from their players, said Spencer. In our view, it is obvious that they spend more time with the regulator than with us in order to bring this acquisition together.

Spencer added, We’ll make this more meaningful on a variety of screens. It’s a good idea for us to establish a win-win relationship with Nintendo and frankly Sony too.

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