Microsoft leaks Nintendo Switch 2 as FTC says it will appeal court ruling

First it was the PS5 Slim, but now Microsoft is leaking Nintendo secrets (Photo: Microsoft)

Uproar over Microsoft’s attempted acquisition of Activision Blizzard It hasn’t left town yet as the new “Switch model” is being discussed.

if someone wanted it Court victory for Microsoft A problem with the FTC (Federal Trade Commission) means the end of the whole Activision Blizzard turmoil, and they’re sadly misinformed. After several days of deliberation, the FTC announced that it would appeal the decision, which could drag the whole thing further.

But things are more complicated than that. That’s because the restraining order that prevented Microsoft from completing the deal expires on Friday, July 14, and it’s not clear if the FTC will have time to block the deal from proceeding.

In the meantime, the leaks continue, with new court documents referring to “Microsoft’s next promise.” call of duty Available for Switch models in development.

It took a while, but Microsoft recently admitted Call Of Duty doesn’t play well on the current Switch, but it will probably be less of an issue on the already-rumored Switch. switch 2.

A vague description, but Microsoft could potentially be referring to a Switch Pro-style console. Nothing from other sources suggests that’s Nintendo’s plan, and everything points to a next-gen successor being announced sometime next year.

However, it’s worth pointing out that Microsoft’s attorneys made several inaccurate statements throughout the lawsuit. He often seems to get the date wrong, referring to the Skyrim sequel: elder scrolls 16.

If the legal battle continues, who knows what other secrets will come out, especially after Sony’s use of cheap marker pens ended up ruining the company. divulge one’s trade secrets to the world.

Nintendo won’t like this (Photo: Microsoft)

What happens next is unclear, and it all depends on how quickly appeals courts respond to the FTC. As you can imagine, Microsoft isn’t happy with the idea of ​​having to do something like this again, and the best-case scenario is that they can go ahead with the acquisition this month.

“The district court’s ruling clearly shows that this acquisition is good for both competition and consumers,” Microsoft’s Brad Smith said in a statement.

“We are disappointed that the FTC continues to pursue what has become a clearly weak case and oppose further efforts to slow progress.”


Activision Blizzard nasdaq stock exchange Apparently because it believes the acquisition will close this Friday. That means it no longer needs to be listed as a separate company.

Going forward with such a move implies that the FTC’s attempts to stop them have already failed, and they must be very confident that it will happen.

It’s unclear what will happen between Microsoft and the UK’s Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), the only government agency to successfully oppose the deal.

The moment the FTC ruling was announced, both sides said they were in talks again to resolve the issue. However, it is unclear exactly how much evidence the CMA intends to provide on this issue, despite pressure on the CMA.

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