Microsoft Gaming CEO Phil Spencer is excited about upcoming access to a large number of Activision Blizzard franchises. To communicate with The Washington Post, the manager mentioned that he wanted to revive King’s Quest, HeXen and Guitar Hero.
“[Я смотрел на список интеллектуальной собственности Activision Blizzard], and it has King’s Quest, Guitar Hero…I should have known that, but it looks like it has HeXen in it.”said Spencer.
With the upcoming acquisition, Microsoft will eventually own the rights to many of the famous and some obscure Activision Blizzard franchises. And Spencer seems eager to work with the publisher’s studios on what they plan to create themselves.
“We hope to work with them once the deal is finalized and we have the resources to work on franchises that I have loved since I was a child and that teams really want to tackle.said Spencer. — I look forward to discussions”.
Activision Blizzard owns Call of Duty, Diablo, StarCraft, Warcraft and World of Warcraft but also franchises like Pitfall, Prototype, Singularity, Soldier of Fortune, Spyro the Dragon, True Crime, Crash Bandicoot, Guitar Hero, Geometry Wars , Overwatch, Tony Hawk, Skylanders and more.