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Renewal Nexon Computer Museum Resuming, Increased Content Content

Nexon (Representative Lee Jeong-hyun) said Nexon Computer Museum (director Choi Yun-ah) was renewed the reorganization for a month and opened on the last day.

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The Nexon Computer Museum prepared the interactive content through the renewal. It is to raise the attention to the main collection and to provide an active viewing environment for visitors.

First, on the first floor, the exhibition space of Apple I (Apple I), one of the Nexon Computer Museum’s major collections was newly configured. In 1976, Steve Jobs (Steve Jobs) and Steve Wove Wozniak, the actual appearance of Apple I, and the actual appearance of Apple I, and the emulator can experience the computing environment at the time. Also, through the Hologram image, Apple i has easily understand the historical meaning and technical characteristics of Apple i.

In addition, the OS Interactive Wall (OS Interactive Wall), which can take a look at the operating system development system at a glance. Implement 39 historically meaningful 39 operating systems on the wall with interactive content to provide high immersion feeling. It was also fun to find a special screen that 5 images could only meet when they were activated at the same time.

The CPU table that has been exhibited in the conventional CPU table applied the object recognition reactive technology to see more fun. You can use the CPU on the screen to look up and turn on the screen, and you can check and compare CPU history that has changed for about 50 years from Intel 4004, which is the first microprocessor, from Intel 4004 to Apple M1.

In addition, the renewal opening ceremony daily quest and SNS certified shots with a gift presentation shot with the progress of the Museum to enter the Large Artune Character Bitch, and captures the Large Art Bulloons made of the Certificate of Characters.

More information on exhibitions and reservations can be found on the Nexon Computer Museum official homepage and blog.

Phil Spencer notes that the Call of Duty games will continue to arrive at PlayStation

Today, Sony’s official response was announced before the purchase of Activision Blizzard . Here, the managers asked Microsoft to respect the existing agreements. Now, Phil Spencer, Chief of Xbox, has issued a statement where he not only says that this will be the case, but the Call of Duty games will continue to reach the PlayStation consoles.

Through your official Twitter account, Spencer said that all contracts between Activision Blizzard and Sony prior to the acquisition of the company will be respected , and has the desire that Call of Duty games will continue to be available in the PlayStation consoles. This was what he commented:

I had good calls this week with Sony’s leaders. I confirmed our intention to honor all existing agreements after the acquisition of Activision Blizzard and our desire to maintain Call of Duty at PlayStation. Sony is an important part of our industry, and we value our relationship.

Recall that Xbox did respected the exclusivity of Death loop and Ghost wire: Tokyo for PlayStation 5, which were being developed by Arcane and Game works Tango prior to Microsoft acquisition. Regarding Call of Duty, although it seems that Spencer’s intention is to let this series continue to arrive at PlayStation for now, This is just a wish . Nothing ensures that this last point changes in the future.

On related topics, you can learn more about Sony’s response here. Similarly, it seems that Microsoft still has several purchases in mind.

Editor’s note:

While it is true that the contracts between Activision Blizzard and Sony will be respected, once these come to an end, it is likely that the amount of Xbox exclusives increase. Nothing ensures that Call of Duty leave the PlayStation family in the future. Maybe not this year or the next, but perhaps in 2024 we see substantial changes.

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