A new entry into the Inactive Franchise of Guitar Hero could then arise after the recent acquisition of Activision by Microsoft. Since 2015, the Beloved Series of musical rhythms has been frozen after the launch of hero of the guitar live. While the genre as a whole has remained something alive with Harmonic’s band de Rock 4, it definitely seemed that Activision as editor was leaving Guitar Hero in the past. Now, according to the CEO of the company, it seems that some kind of reactivation could occur in the future.
In a conversation with Juegosbeatel chief of Activision, Bobby Kick, said that recovering Guitar Hero’s franchise is something he wanted to do for a long time. While it is not said that he is working on a new entry into the series, Kick mentioned that the recent acquisition of the editor by Microsoft could now change that. Look at all the opportunities we have with a company like Microsoft. I’ll give you a great example. Phil and I started thinking about things for the future. I’ll give you three that they are really convincing. I wanted to make a new Guitar Hero for a while, but I do not want to add equipment for the manufacture and supply chain and quality control for manufacturing, Kick said. We really did not have the ability to do that. He had a great vision of what would be the next Guitar Hero and I realized that we do not have the resources to do that.
Essentially, Kick has made it clear that because Microsoft has many more resources than Activision on its own, a Renaissance of Guitar Hero could be much more feasible than it was when Activision operated as his own company. And although there is no guarantee that we see a new title of Guitar Hero in the short term, it seems that the possibility is now much more at stake than in recent years.
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