FastCompany posted: E3 has concluded, the press events passed and the booth tours finished. Microsoft and Sony both are turning to their respective motion controls to extend the life of this generation their video game consoles, and each revealed new games and hardware. Now that the dust has settled from the showdown, which platform came out the winner from this year's game exravaganza?
Xbox CFO Tim Stuart discussed the application of AI gaming, the acquisition of Activision Blizzard, Game Pass, and how Microsoft measures success in gaming.
From Xfire: "Imagine seamlessly switching between an intense Call of Duty match and mirroring a pivotal Warzone battle royale moment on your phone. A new Activision patent outlines technology to synchronize gaming and video viewing, potentially transforming how we consume entertainment."
Activision developer Infinity Ward has opened a new studio in Austin, Texas, which will work on the Call of Duty franchise.
"Infinity Ward has opened a brand new studio in Austin, TX," reads an advertisement from the developer.
"The studio will work on creating new and innovative experiences for Call of Duty and create state of the art technology to power them. Our studio provides a safe, trusting, and empowering environment to unleash your creativity and help make the extraordinary."