we'll certainly see, and I do expect Gamepass to make its way to Sony, Microsoft is doing more towards being a service provider than they are towards being a software company. But the Bethesda sale was almost rejected because of the standard Microsoft Monopoly outcries, Wallstreet is only giving this one a 60/40 based on those same outcries and how large and unusual this move is. It also looks like they are expecting Amazon, Apple, and Disney to follow suit and they are eyeballing EA and Take-Two, as Take-Two is currently in the process of gobbling up Zynga. The market is now preparing for a buying frenzy, stuff may be about to get weird.Yeah typical M&A talk to appease the crowd and regulators, give it time and the true intention will come about. In normal M&A's its about a year of transition 'everything will be status quo' to 'your department is being downsized due to redundancy'. In this instance they will probably launch what they are required to launch on PS systems and once that is complete we will be 12-24months out and evrything will change
Their intension is on the wall, its to gate everything into their ecosystem(s) of xbox, pc, and gamepass. If gamepass makes its way onto sony systems, then sony gets microsoft content, if not then no soup for you (thats my bet, we will find out).