PlayStation is suing Activision in court over an acquisition that they believe could harm the gamingmarket.
Sony's refusal to share details of future PlayStation consoles if the purchase is approved could be seen as hypocritical and may have negative consequences for the company in the long run, ultimately affecting consumers.
Sony's acquisition of a game studio could potentially result in new Call of Duty games running worse on PlayStation compared to Xbox, as the development resources may not be available, which could impact the gaming experience.
Playstation's decision to make code run worse on their platform may lead to gamers choosing Xbox over Playstation, ultimately sabotaging Call of Duty sales and causing a negative outcome for Playstation.
Sony's complaint about exclusive games contradicts their claim of caring about consumers, as withholding development information harms their own audience and shows hypocrisy.
Sony's acquisition of mobile game developer King Entertainment is seen as a bigger threat to Xbox than the purchase of Activision, as it focuses on buying cell phone games that generate billions of dollars, and there is no concern that Call of Duty will leave PlayStation.
PlayStation is facing a new threat from a chip-making company, but it's difficult to compete with the average consumer due to high costs.
PlayStation's threat to Call of Duty and Activision is seen as an empty excuse and more likely to have negative repercussions for Sony.
This article is a summary of a YouTube video "PlayStation fez NOVA AMEAÇA para o CALL OF DUTY e a ACTIVISION" by CENTRAL
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