All publications by tag «Warner Bros.»
Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League tops UK boxed charts, but its peak of just 13k CCU raises concerns
Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League had a strong commercial debut, but mixed reviews and its player count on Steam raise questions about the game’s long-term success. And players may also be wondering what the future holds for Rocksteady Studios.
Microsoft once discussed buying Valve, Nintendo, and Warner Bros. as part of its long-term gaming expansion
A new document released as part of the FTC v. Microsoft case has shed light on more acquisition prospects discussed at the Redmond-based corporation. None of those deals ultimately materialized, but it is another interesting glimpse into Microsoft’s M&A strategy.
Hogwarts Legacy breaks into top 10 Steam titles by concurrent players, becomes biggest HP game launch of all time
Hogwarts Legacy is having a massive launch both in terms of sales and player count. The latest game based on the Harry Potter franchise has already become one of the most played titles on Steam of all time.
Microsoft reportedly interested in acquiring Warner Bros. Interactive
In June, to CNBC reported that telecommunications giant AT&T is considering selling its Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment gaming division for about $4 billion. At the time, parties reportedly interested in in purchasing WBIE included Take-Two Interactive Software, Electronic Arts and Activision Blizzard.
Warner Bros. game division up for sale
Telecommunications giant AT&T is considering selling its Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment gaming division for about $4 billion. This is according to CNBC, which cites its sources familiar with the matter. VentureBeat confirms the information but names a different price: $2 billion.