While the fate of the Call of Duty series continues to be discussed, the judicial dispute between Microsoft and the US Federal Trade Commission continues.
As is now widely known, the point of view of was also presented during the trial Sony regarding the possible acquisition of Activision Blizzard King. The Japanese gaming giant has been involved in many ways in the process, from sending a video testimony of Jim Ryan to the deposition in the deeds of multiple internal documents to the company. The latter have also revealed a lot of confidential information, such as the production cost of The Last of Us Part II and Horizon: Forbidden West.
The final stages of the first round of hearings also saw the giudice the person in charge of the case put several questions to the parties involved. Perhaps tired after the long day of depositions, the public official tried to investigate the reasons behind the absence of many games of the PlayStation Studios from the service of PlayStation Plusin an attempt to make a precise comparison with Xbox Game Pass. In this framework, the judge asked in the courtroom whether “Thor’s Game” was available in the subscription service. A nice slip, with the judge actually meant to refer to God of War!