According to a new report from Bloomberg, Microsoft plans to continue making "some" Activision Blizzard games for the PlayStation console after completing its $68.7 billion acquisition.

Bloomberg posed an exclusivity question to Microsoft's head of gaming, Spencer, who said: "I just want to say to players playing Activision Blizzard games on the Sony PS platform that we have no intention of taking the community away from the platform and we remain committed to that."

Notably, Spencer made similar comments before completing its $7.5 billion acquisition of Bethesda parent Zenimax .

From the current point of view, although existing games such as "The Elder Scrolls Online" remain on the Sony PS platform, Microsoft has decided that "Starry Sky" and "The Elder Scrolls 6" will be exclusive to Xbox and PC.

Global Trends learned that Spencer said in March 2021 that providing exclusive games for platforms that support Xbox Game Pass is the main reason for Microsoft to acquire Bethesda.

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