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Activision Blizzard cites Microsoft deal and lower Call of Duty sales as the reason for lower revenues. Blizzard has issued a financial report for the initial Quarter of 2022. The company's revenue as well as net income fall year-over as a result of less Call of Duty sales and the Microsoft deal being mentioned as the reasons.
The net revenue of the company was $1.77 billion and are down 22.2 percent from the previous year. Microtransactions, subscriptionsand licensing royalties, as well as other downloads made up 78% of the total.
The net income of ActivisionBlizzard was $395 million in the fourth quarter, which is lower than 36.1 percent from the previous year.
The company noted lower results for Call of Duty, product cycle timing at Blizzard as well as an "increase in legal and other professional charges that is driven mainly by the costs that are associated with our proposed deal with Microsoft," among reasons leading to the decline.
In the first quarter, Call of Duty net bookings fell year-over year, due to lower Vanguard sales and less engagement in Warzone.Blizzard's revenues also decreased year over year due to "product cycle timing " for Warcraft." Warcraft franchise D2R ladder items buy. Diablo Immortal is due out on June 2nd is already receiving more than 30 million pre-registrations on iOS and Android.