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AT&T decides against selling Gaming Studios

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Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, owner of studios such as Rocksteady, NetherRealm, and TT Games, is seemingly no longer up for sale. AT&T which acquired Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment in 2018- was looking to offload its gaming division for “about $4 billion” in a deal that may include a “commercial licensing agreement where AT&T can continue to get revenue from its IP” such as LEGO and Harry Potter.

But it has come to light that AT&T won’t be selling off its gaming division, but instead restructuring the organization. So, Warner Bros. Interactive will remain a part of the studios and network groups.”  News also came about Rocksteady working on a new suicide squad game wich will be announced on 22nd August and Batman’s Arkham game series will also be making a return.

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