Microsoft claims Sony pays for 'blocking rights' to keep games off Xbox Game Pass
Microsoft has claimed Sony pays for “blocking rights” to keep developers from bringing some content to Xbox Game Pass. The explosive claims were …
Microsoft claims Sony pays developers “blocking rights” to keep games off Xbox Game Pass
In a lengthy document submitted to the Brazilian government as part of its investigation into Microsoft's acquisition o…
Xbox has accused Sony of paying developers Game Pass 'block fees' | VGC
Microsoft has claimed that Sony pays developers for “blocking rights” in return for them agreeing not to put their content on its Xbox Game Pass …
Microsoft Responds to Sony's Concerns of Call of Duty Xbox Exclusive Status
Microsoft has provided a long rebuttal to Sony's concerns over Call of Duty Xbox exclusive status after the Activision Blizzard acquisition.
Microsoft refutes Sony's claims that its Activision acquisition is anti-competitive
The claims are “simply unjustifiable under any quantitative or qualitative analysis”, the Xbox company says…
Microsoft Accuses Sony Of Paying Publishers To Keep Games Off Xbox Game Pass – Forbes
PlayStation players do not “win” or gain anything in this scenario, Xbox players just lose. And I think that's the argument Microsoft is making …
Elden Ring on Xbox Game Pass Was a Bug, Microsoft Says – IGN
Microsoft has confirmed that, while some users saw Elden Ring appear on Xbox Cloud Gaming as part of Xbox Game Pass, it was just a bug that has now …
Leaks Reveal New Microsoft Xbox Elite Controller Series 2 Model – Hypebeast
Leaks Reveal New Microsoft Xbox Elite Controller Series 2 Model: Showing a new colorway for the premium peripheral.
Microsoft Accuses Sony Of Blocking Games From Game Pass – Kotaku
Microsoft is accusing the PlayStation manufacturer of preventing developers from adding games to Xbox's subscription service.
Call of Duty Xbox exclusivity “wouldn't be profitable”, Microsoft says | Eurogamer.net
Making Call of Duty exclusive to Xbox “simply wouldn't be profitable”, Microsoft has said. The claim comes as part of a…