Insider Timdog posted a tweet that may not only surprise anyone: Sony may even decide to sell its PlayStation gaming division after Microsoft’s acquisition of Activision Blizzard.
Well, yes, the aforementioned leader stepped in with a straight foot in the discussions that are revitalizing the network in these hours and talk about the sale of the Xbox to Microsoft in case the acquisition of Activision Blizzard fails, describing the exact opposite situation.
Timdog actually said that he learned from some of his sources that Sony may decide to sell the PlayStation division after the giant roughly $69 billion merger with Microsoft because it can’t adequately compete with an incredible array of franchises. , which the American giant will receive after getting its hands on Activision Blizzard.
Below is the message shared by the leader:
Speaking to industry insiders, I understand that if the Xbox deal with Activision Blizzard King goes through, Sony will consider selling the PlayStation. That’s why you see such a push against the deal. Frankly, they say they can’t compete with what Xbox has to offer its users at the time.
Obviously, it’s important to keep in mind that this is a simple indiscretion, absolutely not officially confirmed by those directly concerned, so take everything absolutely with a grain of salt in anticipation of learning more about it. It’s also because, at least for now, it would be counterintuitive for Sony to sell the PlayStation, given the record-breaking results its gaming division has been achieving in recent months.
Industry experts say that if the deal between Xbox and ABK goes through, Sony will consider selling the PlayStation. That’s why you see such a push against the deal. Frankly, they say they can’t compete with what Xbox has to offer to its gamers.
— Timdog (@XcloudTimdog) February 27, 2023
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