Bill from The Last of Us TV show is already very exhausted.

Screenshot: HBO/Kotaku

Our last When it was first released in 2013, it inspired no shortage of takes. The HBO TV adaptation was no different. As a great EpiPen incentive to take the economy in the middle of winter, it has led to over-the-top praise, sneering dismissals, and everything in between. But potentially the worst is yet to be born.

“Hey FTC – did you catch last night’s episode Our last?” Activision Blizzard’s Executive Vice President of Corporate Affairs and Chief Communications Officer Lulu Cheng Meservi wrote about it. “It was unbelievable.” After what Call of Duty the publisher recently hired series poster It was a cringey topic about how Our end is TV the show argues that Microsoft should be allowed to buy the company for $69 billion.

For those who live under a rock and don’t know: Our last is a sad tale of love, loss and redemption in a world brought to its knees by pandemic. This week especially an intimate and emotional episode many were moved to tears. That prompted Meservey to write about how the biggest acquisition in tech history didn’t raise any red flags.

Microsoft and Activision Blizzard have been on the offensive ever since the Federal Trade Commission launched an antitrust lawsuit against them, apparently intent on losing a few more concessions before finally allowing the deal to go through. It’s a multifaceted, multifaceted campaign that Microsoft has talked about many times how disgusting compared to Sony in terms of both making games and now in terms of making TV shows. That was certainly the sentiment expressed by Microsoft Gaming CEO Phil Spencer last week when you want to compare Our last TV show for Hello TV show.

“Sony’s talent and IP across gaming, TV, movies, and music are formidable and truly impressive,” Meservey tweeted today. “It’s no wonder they continue to dominate the console market. In games, Sony is ‘our first’ and they’ll be fine without FTC protection.”

Let Cordyceps take me now.

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