Activision held their quarterly conference call last night which revealed better than expected results.Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2, Guitar Hero and World of Warcraft were hot topics in last night’s conference call which revealed that Activison Blizzard surpassed their $700 million quarter projection. The company’s net revenues were $755 million.Bobby Kotick, CEO of Activision Blizzard, was keen to highlight that “the Guitar Hero franchise was the #1 best-selling third-party franchise in North America and Europe. We continued to see strong sales for Call of Duty World at War and associated map packs, which year to date have sold more than seven and half million units”.Activision Blizzard are continuing to do well in the harsh economic climate and with Call of Duty Modern Warfare, Tony Hawk Ride, Guitar Hero, DJ Hero and World of Warcraft all top titles for this holiday season, the company has a strong line-up.
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