Here’s a look at all the new game franchises Xbox now owns


It’s no secret that with today’s announcement of Xbox’s acquisition of Activision-Blizzard, Xbox’s juggernaut of studios and franchises has moved to a new level in terms of… trying to keep track of which studios and franchise they own so we thought we’d take a look at not only what was added today but also their overall list of studios which they are now in control.

It’s worth mentioning that even though Xbox has made their intentions extremely clear when it comes to the Activision-Blizzard acquisition, technically it hasn’t been legally accepted yet, although we now see why they don’t. will not.


  • Crash Bandicoot
  • spyro the dragon
  • Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater
  • Call of Duty
  • Call of Duty Warzone
  • candy Crush
  • Diablo
  • Foyer
  • World of Warcraft
  • Warcraft
  • Guitar Hero

Believe it or not, there are actually more that are sleeping, but we’ve limited this list to those that have been active in the past 5-10 years.


With the addition of several new Activision Blizzard studios and a whole bunch of new talent, this brings the Xbox studio lineup to over 30 studios.

The great Klobrille also put this into a new graphic to make it super easy, but it’s clearly getting to the point where one graphic just isn’t enough.

  • 343 business sectors
  • dominant dog
  • Arkane
  • Beenox
  • Bethesda Game Studios
  • Snow storm
  • Constraint games
  • Double fine
  • High Moon
  • identifier
  • Infinity Ward
  • inXile
  • King
  • Machine games
  • Mojang
  • ninja theory
  • Obsidian
  • playground games
  • Rare
  • Crow
  • roundhouse games
  • Mass games
  • tango games
  • Coalition
  • Toys for Bobs
  • Trearch
  • Round 10
  • Undead Laboratories
  • edge of the world
  • Xbox game studios
  • Zenimax

Undoubtedly, Xbox now has a lineup of killer studios working on existing games and new IPs that will hopefully excite and delight for years to come.


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