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Microsoft defends Activision Blizzard deal by saying the studio doesn’t make “must have” games

Microsoft is defending its $68 billion bid to buy Activision Blizzard by arguing that the studio doesn’t make any “must have” games.

In response (opens in new tab) to the New Zealand Commerce Commission (thanks, RPS (opens in new tab)), Microsoft brushed off anti-competition concerns by saying, essentially, that Activision Blizzard doesn’t have any killer apps that might prevent competition from the company’s rivals.

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