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Xbox Game Studios with Activision Blizzard: An image showing all the Microsoft teams

Xbox Game Studios with Activision Blizzard: An image showing all the Microsoft teams

The hyperactive Klobrille wasted no time, and shortly after the Activision Blizzard acquisition was announced, he posted a summary image about the current status of Xbox Game Studios with all Microsoft teams including the newly acquired publisher.

Moreover, this is not the first time that an operation of this kind has been attempted, but now the infographic has a different value, because the acquisition has already taken place.

Xbox Game Studios, an unofficial chart featuring all Microsoft teams
Xbox Game Studios, an unofficial chart featuring all Microsoft teams
In the image, which is not official but still very complete in terms of information, we can get an idea of ​​the galaxy that Xbox Game Studios has become in recent years.

The number of teams that are now part of Xbox Game Studios is impressive: to the 15 teams that make up the “original” core (although many of them were acquired relatively recently) the eight ZeniMax teams have been added with Bethesda and others, but 24 must now be added These teams were joined by another Activision Blizzard team (keeping in mind that different divisions at Blizzard operate as separate teams).

A truly special case

If we do a total count, if we look at each team individually, there will be 47 development teams, which is a truly incredible amount, which takes Microsoft to a very special level among the three major gaming hardware manufacturers.

Based on what has emerged so far, it’s very likely that the Activision Blizzard teams will continue to operate as a largely separate entity from Microsoft, as the ZeniMax team has partly done so far, but that doesn’t mean they’re not an integral part of the game. Part of the original Xbox Game Studios teams.

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Today we got Microsoft’s official announcement about its acquisition of Activision Blizzard and the removal of Bobby Kotick as CEO, scheduled for the end of 2023.