In the wake of an Activision Blizzard acquisition, Microsoft has announced a new milestone for Xbox Game Pass. The company’s subscription service reached over 25 million subscribers.

Microsoft shared the news in a statement regarding the announcement of the Activision Blizzard acquisition for almost $70 billion.

“With Activision Blizzard’s nearly 400 million monthly active players in 190 countries and three billion-dollar franchises, this acquisition will make Game Pass one of the most compelling and diverse lineups of gaming content in the industry,” the message reads.

The company also noted that it will have 30 internal development studios if the deal is closed and approved by regulators and Activision’s shareholders.

Game Pass, which is now available on Xbox and PC, has seen significant growth over the last couple of years. Considering that upcoming titles from Bethesda and (potentially) Activision Blizzard will be available on the service on day 1, it will give Microsoft one of the strongest game libraries in the market.

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