Would you like to see Activision forfeiting their cooperation with Microsoft?

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  1. GlacialDoom

    GlacialDoom Well-Known Member
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    Would you like to see Activision forfeiting their cooperation with Microsoft? That would mean that Xbox would no longer get the DLCs first, and that there would be more support for other platforms.

    I would personally like to see that happening, but I strongly think that if this would ever happen, Activision would start affiliating with Sony, so it would still be back to the drawing board for us.
     
  2. sakil99

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    I am also agree with you. :)
     
  3. troutski

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    It's a lucrative deal for the console manufacturer, and Activision will go with whichever company is willing to pay the most for the exclusive one-month window. So far, that's been Microsoft. All the more power to them.
     
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    While I'd like to see them forfeit it there's no benefit to them doing so. Activision just wants as much money as possible.
     
  5. troutski

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    Exactly. Activision benefits perhaps the most with the deal because Microsoft pays top dollar for a limited exclusivity period on DLC. It's enough to offset what it'd make by releasing the DLC to everyone at once.
     
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