Sony’s Bungie acquisition saw more Twitter discussion than Microsoft’s Activision Blizzard deal

New numbers released by Twitter indicate Sony’s acquisition Bungee Produced more discussion MicrosoftAcquisition Activision Blizzard On the platform.

Rishi Chadha, Global Head of Twitter Creator-Game Content Partnership, tweeted internal Twitter data showing that the frequency of tweets about video games has skyrocketed over the past three months.

The information provided by Chadha does not provide accurate figures, but does indicate that there were four clear peaks of discussion between January 1st and March 31st this year.

These were the day Microsoft announced that it would acquire Activision Blizzard and the day Sony announced that it would acquire Bungie. Elden Ring Released FortniteNew season has begun.

According to Twitter data, the release of Elden Ring has generated the most controversy ever on the platform. This is probably because millions of players bought the game on the first day and shared their first impressions.

The second topic discussed was Sony’s acquisition of Bungie, followed by Microsoft’s acquisition of Activision Blizzard, which was slightly more talked about than Fortnite’s new season.

Chadha follows us on Twitter to show you the top 10 most globally tweeted games in the last three months.

The top of the list is Genshin Impact, Wordle is second. This is probably because Genshin Impact has been successful all over the world (especially in Asia), while Wordle is, of course, mainly popular in English-speaking countries.

Elden Ring came in at number 7 on the chart, Mine Craft Insisted on the number 10 spot.

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Xbox Parent Microsoft confirmed it in January I was planning to buy Activision Blizzard The largest transaction ever in the gaming industry, worth $ 68.7 billion.

Just 13 days later, Sony announced and announced its own big gold acquisition. Will acquire Destiny and Halo studio Bungie With a transaction worth $ 3.6 billion.

Sony Interactive Entertainment boss Jim Ryan I confirmed it later Playstation Hard We plan to make more acquisitions..

Xbox boss Phil Spencer The company last October The purchase of the game studio is “absolutely never done”“No quota” for the number of teams you want to get.