Ninja Theory: How Much Did Microsoft Xbox Pay Hellblade Authors? Not much actually

Ninja Theory: How Much Did Microsoft Xbox Pay Hellblade Authors?  Not much actually

Ninja Theory He was I got 117 million Dollars from Microsoft, the information was shared via FTC documents relating to the case against Activision’s acquisition of Blizzard King by Xbox.

the FTC docs They showed internal Microsoft emails about studios and publishers to monitor potential acquisitions, and candidates included Bungie and Sega as we’ve already reported. In the internal email outlining the proposed acquisition of Sega, on page 10 is a list of “Past Transactions” detailing past acquisitions of several different companies, including Sony, Microsoft, and Electronic Arts.

Included in the list was Ninja Theory, which was reported as being purchased for $117 million. The date the acquisition was announced was mentioned as June 10, 2018 or E3 2018, where Microsoft also announced the acquisition of Turn 10, Playground Games, Compulsion Games, and Undead Labs.

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For some reference points (based on known data, of course), Electronic Arts was acquired in 2017 Entertainment Repost (Titanfall, Apex Legends, Star Wars Jedi) for $315 million. Instead, Microsoft acquired Rare in 2002 for $375 million (but given inflation, that would be much more today). Looking for similar figures, we find for example A Thinking Ape (Single City, Kingdom of Heckfire, Party in my Dorm) which was bought by Embracer Group for 105 million in 2020. In 2019 Sony bought Insomniac Games for 229 million. In short, $117 million to buy toys isn’t much.

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