Microsoft has signed another deal, this time with Cloud Gaming provider Ubitus, to bring Xbox PC and potential Activision-Blizzard games to the platform
Xbox has signed yet another deal with another third party company, this time with lead Cloud Gaming provider Ubitus, to bring Xbox PC and Activision-Blizzard games to the service. Ubitus may be unfamiliar to some, but they have partnered with big names, like Nintendo, utilizing their Cloud technology to bring games to millions of devices.
Microsoft and Ubitus @ubituskk, a leading cloud gaming provider, have signed a 10-year partnership to stream Xbox PC Games as well as Activision Blizzard titles after the acquisition closes. Our commitment is to give more players, more choice.— Phil Spencer (@XboxP3) March 15, 2023
We’re honored to establish a 10-year partnership with Microsoft for players to stream Xbox PC Games and Activision Blizzard titles pending the acquisition. This collaboration enhances our library with high profile game IPs, it also expands our library size to over 1,000 titles, https://t.co/hFOP8gZEBg— Ubitus K.K. (@UbitusKK) March 15, 2023
This agreement to bring Xbox PC and Activision-Blizzard games to Ubitus is just one of many that Microsoft has made over the past month. Microsoft is clearly trying to show regulators that they are serious about bringing more games to more platforms, and these latest agreements are meant to show that Microsoft’s word can be trusted.