Activision-Blizzard announced that the new title would be available on current and next-gen platforms. You might not be so happy to learn that to get the next-gen version of Black Ops Cold War is going to cost an extra $10.
The ten dollar price increase for next-gen games might seem inevitable, but it’s a hard pill to swallow from a company that overpays executives.
Call Of Duty: Black Ops Cold War was recently announced via an exciting in-game event in Warzone. The game is being helmed by Treyarch and Raven Software
In 2018 Activision-Blizzard dodged paying millions in taxes despite setting sales records, according to investor calls. The best part is that Activision-Blizzard managed to receive $228 million in tax credits, meaning American taxpayers paid Activision-Blizzard for its successful year.
In 2019, Activision-Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick boasted about record sales, with Activision-Blizzard generating $7.5 Billion in sales and $1.8 Billion in profits.
So why are consumers stuck with paying extra instead of these large companies?
There is only one explaination, these companies are getting greedy.
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