One of the most popular games in history could come to Xbox

Recent rumors indicate that one of the most successful games of all time could be coming to xbox. According to them, the famous candy Crush Saga it may be available to all Xbox gamers soon.

Candy Crush is one of the biggest successes in the gaming market in history. It has over 250 million players who play it at least once a month and over 3 billion downloads so far. Created by King, a developer now owned by Activision Blizzard, it spawned several spin-offs and imitators. This fame made him one of the strongest names in mobile gaming after Candy Crush appeared more than ten years ago.


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Recently, a new rumor that Candy Crush may appear on the Xbox platform has appeared online. As Pure Xbox saw, Microsoft has already put up a page for the candy Crush Saga in Microsoft rewards. At the moment, the title is still listed as unavailable, and there is no release date or actual confirmation that this is an actual page and not a bug, so players will have to wait and see.

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However, players who remember the words of the Activision CEO from last year can have hope. At that time, Bobby Kotick spoke about Candy Crush and the acquisition of Activision Blizzard. He stated that he would like to see players compete against each other in Candy Crush, which is a feature Xbox could easily provide.

At the moment, however, it is still too early to tell whether the acquisition will go through, which would allow candy Crush Saga that will be offered on the Xbox almost without a doubt. Recently, for example, a developer at Arkane Studios claimed that Microsoft told them to shut down development in red drop for PS5 and focus only on PC and Xbox, something that would contradict previous statements that the tech giant would not hog all the games and only release them on its platforms. Microsoft responded to the allegations, saying that there were no real plans to develop PS5 to begin with.

On the other hand, if the UK courts are taken into account, the situation is not looking too bad for Microsoft. The UK Competition and Markets Authority recently decided that the Activision Blizzard takeover is not a danger to competition. According to them, the cost of retaining IP as prominent as Obligationswhich is at the center of the controversy, since Sony’s platform would be a huge financial loss for Microsoft and wouldn’t make much sense.

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Source: PureXbox