Microsoft is waiting for PlayStation to become like Nintendo, says Sony

The Competition and Markets Authority is currently investigating Microsoft’s acquisition of Activision Blizzard. While the released documents shared Sony’s and Microsoft’s arguments regarding the situation, the public will get a glimpse of what’s next. The most notable thing for us at PT is an odd comparison to Sony’s Nintendo.

On page 7 of Observations on the CMA Issues Statement, Microsoft claims that the differentiated model shows that PlayStation does not need Call of Duty to compete effectively. However, this reveals Microsoft’s true strategy. But is it weird?

It goes on to say that Microsoft wants PlayStation to become like Nintendo and become a closer and less efficient competitor to Xbox. After the battle, Xbox would become the one-stop-shop for all the best-selling shooter franchises on consoles (Call of Duty, Halo, Gears of War, Doom, Overwatch), the decision explains, and then the entire era would not be impacted by intense competitive pressures will.

Sony doesn’t know what it’s about but I don’t think it’s fair to say its own Bungie and as such Destiny is really able to compete with the big hitters that Microsoft is trying to get under their umbrella (for For comparison, you can see the diverse game offerings on Indie World Direct on a few different platforms below).

At the very least, Nintendo is a massive competitor to Xbox and PlayStation. This is due to their differentiated model. Nintendo Switch sales surpassed 100 million in February. This console is now just a few million units behind the massive sales of the PS4. It has also outperformed both current-gen consoles every year since its worldwide release.

I’m not a businessman so I’m done thinking about it. Be sure to check out our best guide to portable gaming consoles if you’re tired of Nintendo’s differentiated models and fancy a change. Microsoft is waiting for PlayStation to become like Nintendo, says Sony

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