Activision Has No Comment on Next-Generation Hardware

Rumors suggest Sony and Microsoft are working with publishers

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Bobby Kotick, the chief executive officer at video game publisher Activision, says that the company has no comment to make on the next generation of gaming hardware that’s in development at Microsoft and Sony.

Bobby Kotick, the chief executive officer at video game publisher Activision, says that the company has no comment to make on the next generation of gaming hardware that’s in development at Microsoft and Sony.

Speaking to investors during an earnings call and quoted by VG247, the executive said, “There is absolutely nothing we can say about next-gen hardware.”

Rumors have been suggesting that both Sony and Microsoft are currently working with major publishers, sending them development kits for their upcoming hardware in order to get feedback.

Activision will port big franchises, from Call of Duty to Skylanders and probably Blizzard titles, to next-generation hardware.

It’s first representative will be the Wii U from Nintendo, which is slated to arrive on November 18 in the United States, November 30 in Europe and December 8 in Japan.

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