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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 12:51pm 07/07/20 | 3 Comments
With WB Games and its line-up of developers responsible for the Batman: Arkham series, Mortal Kombat, all those LEGO games, Shadow of Mordor, and more, possibly 'for sale'. Today's news arrives after it was made known that last month Warner Bros parent company AT&T was looking to sell its gaming division to pay off some debt.

WB Games is a profitable division, and highly valued, with reports indicating that AT&T was seeking anywhere up to $4 billion in a potential deal. When news of the potential sale first broke, we got word that Activision, Take-Two, and EA, were interested in making a bid.

Throwing Microsoft into the mix certainly adds a new layer. With Xbox Game Studios already stacked with talented studios, this deal alone would add Rocksteady, Netherrealm, Monolith, and more to the line-up. Including the high-profile Batman, Suicide Squad, and Harry Potter games still in development.

Of course, if WB Games is to be sold (and reports are indicating that this is still TBC) then the properties of Warner Bros. won't be included as part of the deal outside of maybe Mortal Kombat. And on that note whatever deal is struck a licensing agreement would probably become a part of the package ala something like EA's Star Wars license for things like DC Comics, The Lord of the Rings, and Harry Potter.


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Posted 02:24pm 07/7/20
I was going to ask if licenses come with the deal or not. Because buying a division of developers for 4 billion seems a but much to me. I would be OK if Microsoft got it because EA and Activision can just f*** off else where. EA has enough Dev company skeletons buried in the back yard.
Posted 05:18pm 07/7/20
I mentioned on your last article regarding this I wouldn't be surprised that MS got involved.. am really hoping they are seriously going after this purchase as I can see the other companies listed destroying them after the purchase...
Steve Farrelly
Posted 06:04pm 07/7/20
What would be interesting here is it would free up Rocksteady to explore non-DC/WB-related IPs outside of just doing their own thing.

They'd do such a great job on a Hulk game...
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