Xbox Game Pass: Half of all PlayStation players moves with Activision

Almost half of all Playstation and Nintendo players in the US would consider a subscription if Activision games like Call of Duty would contain.

A Survey of Yougov now led to interesting results for the Xbox Game Pass in conjunction with the purchase view of Activision Blizzard, the home of Call of Duty, Diablo and many other game series.

Thus, in January, 1200 people were interviewed in the US and as many as many in the United Kingdom.
According to the results, 46% of all Playstation and Nintendo players in the United States consider a subscription to the Xbox Game Pass, if large titles would be included from Activision’s portfolio.
In the UK, it is 29% of PlayStation players or 26% in the Nintendo camp.
As soon as the Mega Deal has gone between Microsoft and Activision Blizzard over the stage and the catalog of Publisher Activision games is added gradually and after the game, this is likely to contribute a huge increase in subscriptions.

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This would bring Microsoft to an even strength position in the market.

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