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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 a 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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