In its recent filing against Microsoft the FTC claimed that the company misled EU regulators over its earlier acquisition of ZeniMax. Now the EU is telling the publication MLex that the FTC’s complaint is wrong. The EU apparently never asked Microsoft to guarantee ZeniMax games be available on non-Microsoft platforms. Ouch.
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